Personal PrivacyPersonal Data of Over 6 Million Israeli Voters Leaked After Uploaded to App Used By Netanyahu’s PartyFebruary 10, 2020Personal PrivacyElectionsIsraelLikud The Infinite BriefThe personal information of over six million citizens was leaked after Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party uploaded the full register of Israeli voters to an app. The information includes full names, identity card numbers, addresses, genders, phone numbers, and other personal details. The registry was uploaded by Likud to the Elector app, which the party uses on election day. The vulnerability in the application reportedly allowed for anyone to easily download the entire voter registry on a computer. Curated from The Daily Beast Tags :ElectionsIsraelLikudshare on Facebookshare on Twittershare on LinkedInshare on Redditadd a comment Leave a Response Cancel replyCommentName Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Nine Google Play Apps With More Than 470K Downloads Can Access Your Facebook and Google AccountsSoftware Error in Tax Portal Revealed Private Data of 1.3 Million Dutch CitizensYou Might Also LikePersonal PrivacyA Growing List of Companies Are Now Using Webcams to Monitor Their Remote EmployeesPersonal PrivacyNew Google Data Shows a 350% Increase in Phishing Websites During the Coronavirus PandemicPersonal PrivacyWhat’s the Going Rate for Social Security Numbers on the Dark Web?