ESA's massive E3 privacy breach simply shouldn't go unpunished

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Does it really matter that trust has been shattered when you're the only game in town? It should.
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Nearly 2,000 gaming industry folks woke up this past weekend to news of a massive data leak from the organization behind the E3 gaming conference. Everyone who registered with the Entertainment Software Agency (ESA) as a member of the press, YouTuber, Influencer, or streamer had all that registration information made publicly available. While the ESA acted relatively quickly to remove the information, the data had already been downloaded and reshared.

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