People of Praise reportedly suffered a data breach ahead of member Amy Coney Barrett’s SCOTUS nomination

Religious group People of Praise suffered a data breach last week, Catholic News Agency reported on Tuesday.

The group has had increased attention given that on Saturday, President Donald Trump nominated one of its members, Amy Coney Barrett, to fill the Supreme Court seat left by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

“On September 23, 2020, our security staff identified an incident via our website involving unauthorized access to contact information in our membership directory,” People of Praise spokesperson Sean Connolly told CNA.

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