Parler Doxxed announces the acquisition of Kanye as one of its most important members

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to speak right wing A copy of Twitter that is not the Truth Social, mistakenly revealed the personal email addresses of some of its elite members on Monday. Rush to tell them about the company Obsession In agreement with the artist formerly known as Kanye West, the senior officers sent an email editing a group of VIP members instead of blind carbon copies of them. The result was that throngs of partisan ogres like Tim Bol And the Laura Lomer Their email addresses were shared with each other.

At first, newsletter writer Adam Ryan shared the news of the accidental purge chirp On Monday, the thread revealed the “personal emails of several verified users and Barler investors”. The people on the list are those who havegolden badgesThe Elite Status Mark is given to accounts owned by “influencers, celebrities, journalists, media organizations, public officials, government agencies, corporations, organizations, and non-profit organizations.”

Among the affected account holders were prominent members of the conservative upper class, including employees of Senator Ted Cruz and former President Donald Trump, The Handmaid’s Tale. Ambition and DailyWire contributor Matt Walsh, and Eric Trump’s wife, Lara Lee, the Daily Dot Reported. Other sources Report That even people like Ivanka Trump and former Trump social media director Dan Scavino were affected by this breach..

subscriber shots From the email the company is shown notifying its gold badges about the “Massive New to the platform [Yeezy] Separation and hailing users as an invaluable part of the Parler family and experience. The email, for obvious reasons, did not inspire much gratitude: one user out of the ordinary sarcasticHi everyone! It is a pleasure to be with this wonderful crew. The reaction of the other members was surprised that they were included in the VIP list at all, claiming that they had long since lost interest in the site: “I have had no interest or confidence in Parler since 2021 when I was banned from the site for no reason”, L. Lynn Wood, a former Trump attorney who rejected the election, Tell Daily dot.

It is unclear whether Parler eventually admitted the mistake or did anything to rectify the situation. Gizmodo has reached out to the company for comment and will update this story if they respond.

As far as the data breach goes, this is clearly not that bad. Given the incestuous nature of elite society and party politics, it seems likely that many of these people probably have each other’s contact information already. However, it is never a good idea for a tech company to distribute the personal information of its users – this is just basic data etiquette. But it’s no secret that Parler isn’t great at data security. Last year, the company had a very unfortunate data crisis, hacking activists scrape All public data available on the platform and then uploaded to the Internet Archive for safekeeping.

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