Clubhouse CEO denies leaking user data

Earlier, the Internet portal Cybernews reported that hackers posted information to the public access of 1.3 million users of the social network.

The CEO of the social network Clubhouse, Paul Davidson, said that the report about the leak of personal data of users is unreliable. This was reported on Sunday by the Internet portal The Verge.

“No, this is a delusion and a lie, this material (publication of the Cybernews Internet portal) was [written] for “clicks,” we were not hacked. The data mentioned is all publicly available profile information from our app,” he told reporters.

Earlier, the Cybernews Internet portal reported that unknown hackers posted publicly available data concerning 1.3 million users of the social network.

Clubhouse is a new type of social network based on voice communication. The Clubhouse does not have the usual text posts, but there are special “rooms” where speakers speak. Users can join the new social network only by invitation.

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