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Our co-CEO, Robert Potter, has been busy providing his analysis to a range of media outlets on the recent leak of 1 billion personal records, mostly belonging to Chinese citizens, but also Australian citizens.

Robert has told the media he had assessed the data sets and they appeared to be authentic because the records are like other Chinese government data systems he has evaluated in the past.

The screenshot above shows a list of addresses, but other parts of the leak included personal information such as names, ages and dates of birth. Picture from ABC News.

Links to news articles below:


> Private information of more than 100 Australians exposed amid huge China police data leak

> ‘ChinaDan’ hacker offers personal data on 1 billion Chinese citizens in exchange for 10 bitcoin


> Hacker claims major Chinese citizens’ data theft