70TB of Parler users’ data leaked by security researchers

The data might prove valuable to law enforcement since many who participated in the riots deleted their posts & videos afterward.

“The data scrape includes deleted posts, meaning that Parler stored user data after users deleted it.”

Oh! Yum Yum.

I would think that what the users were deleting at critical points would be of considerable interest.
I know I shouldn’t laugh but I really can’t stop.

There was a security breach ...in a MERCER owned company.

With users all so cock sure about free speech they wanted to keep it secret.

SURELY they want everyone to know?!
I mean..they DEPLORE the cancel culture so will rejoice in what they say and think being out there for everyone to see...

...won’t they.

Not so much cancelled as held to account.

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