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TechCrunch reported : We traced the database back to Mumbai-based social media marketing firm Chtrbox, which pays influencers to post sponsored content on their accounts. A report by US website TechCrunch claimed personal contact information for a number of influencers and brands had been found on a server which was unprotected, and potentially accessible by anyone Mumbai-based Chtrbox said the database was inadvertently exposed for approximately 72 hours, and claimed it was not holding any personal data on users. This database did not include any sensitive personal data and only contained information available from the public domain, or self-reported by influencers, the company said in a statement.

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TechCrunch reported : We traced the database back to Mumbai-based social media marketing firm Chtrbox, which pays influencers to post sponsored content on their accounts. The site, in turn, says it traced the database to the social media marketing firm Chtrbox, based in Mumbai. CNet reported : Mark Risher, head of account security at Google, said celebrity Instagram users might be at risk if hackers got their hands on their private email addresses. Though Instagram forbids companies from scraping its platform or user data, the practice of using a bot army to cull millions of user records is an easy workaround for unscrupulous organizations.
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And some companies are looking into the potential for insurers to bid for consumers: business based on the risks (or lack thereof) revealed by their smart-home data. But some of the biggest progress has come in the area of automobile insurance, where many automobile insurers already let customers install tracking devices in their cars in exchange for discounts for demonstrating safe-driving habits. And just like the insurance industry still hasnt figured out who should own data generated by customer-facing IoT devices , its not clear who would take responsibility for dealing with problems with that data. The SMART IoT Act will make it easier to understand what the government is doing on IoT policy, what it can do better, and how federal policies can impact the research and discovery of cutting-edge technologies.
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A report by US website TechCrunch claimed personal contact information for a number of influencers and brands had been found on a server which was unprotected, and potentially accessible by anyone Mumbai-based Chtrbox said the database was inadvertently exposed for approximately 72 hours, and claimed it was not holding any personal data on users. This database did not include any sensitive personal data and only contained information available from the public domain, or self-reported by influencers, the company said in a statement. Our database is for internal research use only, we have never sold individual data or our database, and we have never purchased hacked data resulting from social media platform breaches.
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Being able to afford the cost of healthcare in retirement is the number one cause of financial stress among todays employees, according to MetLife. The insurance company has brought its 2019 Annual Employee Benefit Trends Study to life with a piece of creative that showcases what these figures mean for people. Part of the study reads: "Employees state that their number one source of stress is personal finances. It shares meaningful insights that help MetLife customers make sense of workplace dynamics and needs to help guide conversations and enable employers to proactively solve these needs. The employer survey includes 2,500 interviews with benefits decision makers and influencers at companies with at least two employees.
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In a new move to keep its prepaid users happy, Airtel has started providing an extra 400MB of data for prepaid users on select plans. The plans in which users will get 400MB of extra data include the ones that cost INR 399, INR 448, and INR 499. The INR 399 plan is the cheapest of the three and offers 84 days of validity with 1.4GB of daily data with unlimited calls. The plan offers 1.5GB of data per day and unlimited calls as well. With the added 400mB benefit, users will get 1.9GB of data per day. The 400MB benefit added here means that you will get 2.4GB of data daily with this plan.