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Almost 1.3 million records of Australian donors to the Red Cross Blood Service have been exposed online in what is apparently the country's largest ever data breach. Personal details like names and addresses, blood type and sexual history, discovered by an anonymous individual and verified by security researcher Troy Hunt, were published to a public-facing website of one of the Blood Service's technology partners.

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Almost 1.3 million records of Australian donors to the Red Cross Blood Service have been exposed online in what is apparently the country's largest ever data breach. Personal details like names and addresses, blood type and sexual history, discovered by an anonymous individual and verified by security researcher Troy Hunt, were published to a public-facing website of one of the Blood Service's technology partners.