São Paulo State Confirms: Personal Data of 28,000 Citizens Compromised

The ProAC system exposed personal identification data from people who requested financial support from the Secretariat of Culture.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo State Secretariat of Culture confirmed that a "technical fault" had exposed data of 28,000 people, including ID, CPF and proof of address.

The failure was found in the ProAC (Cultural Incentive Program) system and involved information sent between 2015 and 2018. The body opened an inquiry to determine what happened.

According to the Congresso em Foco website, the ProAC system exposed data from approximately 28,000 people . . .

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