Oakland County stops COVID-19 data leak

Orion Sang reports:

Oakland County secured a data leakage of internal COVID-19 data that was used by the Oakland County Health Division for public health analysis.

The leakage originated on Tuesday night and was stopped Wednesday morning.

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The data that was leaked was “of a non-public map that was unintentionally marked as public during a recent upload,” according to a release. The leak included information about positive coronavirus cases relating to gender, race, age, address and mortality status.

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