• Clubhouse users should assume they're being recorded, a data-privacy expert said, following a breach that sent conversations to another website

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    In this photo illustration the Clubhouse app logo is seen displayed on a smartphone screen.
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    Clubhouse users should not assume conversations are private, a cybersecurity expert told Bloomberg.
    Over the weekend, the app was breached by an unknown user who streamed audio feeds to an external website.
    This came just a week after the app said it was working to protect user data from hackers.
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