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Clubhouse confirms data spillage of its audio streams – BBC News

A user has been banned for streaming audio from multiple Clubhouse chatrooms onto their website.

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By Mary-Ann RussonBusiness reporter, BBC News
Audio-only social network iPhone app Clubhouse has confirmed that it experienced a data spill on Sunday.
The app allows users to join and participate in pop-up public or private audio chatrooms, promising that conversations are not recorded and have to be experienced live.
But US cyber-security researchers tweeted that a user had found a way to stream audio to another website.
Clubhouse confirmed the spill to Bloomberg, saying it banned the user.
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