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Private contact information for over 2,000 journalists and popular YouTube creators was leaked on a popular gaming conference’s website

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Private contact information for over 2,000 game industry journalists, analysts, and YouTube creators had been accessible online in plain text on the website of the popular gaming conference, E3
The information included names, home addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers of press members who attended the annual conference this June. 
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA), which runs the E3 conference, said it had shut down the section of its website which contained the downloadable link after learning of the vulnerability. 
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Private contact information for over 2,000 game industry journalists, analysts, and YouTube creators had been accessible online in plain text on the website of the popular gaming conference, E3

Notice of the leaked data was first made public on Friday by YouTube creator Sophia NarwitzSee the rest of the story at Business Insider

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