The Scarily Common Screw-Up That Exposed 198 Million Voter Records

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A number of voter-data exposures have cropped up this year, in locations as disparate as Mexico, the Philippines, and the state of Georgia. But the one that dwarfs them all came to light on Monday: a publicly accessible database containing personal information for 198 million US voters—possibly every American voter going back more than 10 years.

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