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Zhenhua Data leak: Chinese Company accused of collecting personal data of millions around world
Zhenhua Data leak: Chinese Company accused of collecting personal data of millions around world

Beijing: The case of data gathering of people from all over the world by a Chinese tech company has come to light. It is being told that Zhenhua Data Information Technology was collecting military and intelligence information from countries around the world. But now this data has been leaked. Analysts say that a database has been prepared of about 2.4 million people around the world.

This data has been prepared through social media profiles. This information has been collected by the company Zhenhua Data Information Technology of South China. According to a report by The Guardian, a cybersecurity consultancy has reported that the data of about 250,000 people could be recovered from the leaked dataset. This includes data on 52,000 Americans, 35,000 Australians, and about 10,000 British nationals. It consists of the Data on British PM Boris Johnson and Scott Morrison, their relatives, the royal family, celebrities and military veterans.

The representative of Zhenhua Data Information Technology has completely rejected these allegations. The representative of the Chinese company said that "The report is completely wrong and baseless". The company said that it would later give its reaction in this matter.

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