Misconfigured Google Calendars leaking private information of thousands of users

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Security researcher claims to have found more than 200 calendars leaking information that should be private

A configuration setting in Google's Calendar service may be exposing the private information of thousands of users on the internet, a security researcher has warned. Avanish Jain, a cyber securi...

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