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Forbes, which first reported the breach, notes that it includes physical attributes, email addresses, phone numbers, and salary information—over “100 individual data attributes,” according to Hunt.Not to mention millions of personal messages exchanged between members.Some gave the site a shot again, hoping fellow users might not see them as the "fatties" others had. Maintaining those standards is what the site is about, Hodge said, and that's why people were expelled. "Their re-applications were reviewed by existing members, and only a few hundred were voted back in. Hodge admits, and has admitted from the time his company started, that his site may not be fair, but people want to date someone they are attracted to. Yes, it is, because our members want it to be," Hodge said when the company started out in 2005. "Every year we see that some of our members from Western cultures eat and drink to excess over the holidays, and clearly their looks suffer," he said in a statement. The information that’s leaked also isn’t quite as devastating as being outed as an active adulterer, and Beautiful People says no passwords or financial data were exposed.
So Beautiful sent those flagged members e-mails, according to the company statement, telling them they could register again for the site when the extra pudge was gone.
"The potential issue is a result of how a user might configure their deployment without security enabled," says Mongo DB VP of Strategy Kelly Stirman.“A trained monkey could have protected [this database],” says Vickery, with a more blunt assessment. It’s an incredible oversight, it’s massive negligence, but it happens more often than you think.”Whatever you may think of a site like Beautiful People, the insecurities that prop it up shouldn't extend to its stash of sensitive data.
Yes/No; Free basic profile members can still see photos, edit profiles, search, use discussion board.
"As a business, we mourn the loss of any member, but the fact remains that our members demand the high standard of beauty be upheld," said Robert Hintze, founder of Beautiful
"Letting fatties roam the site is a direct threat to our business model and the very concept for which Beautiful was founded." The site describes itself as an "elite online club, where every member works the door" -- that is, users can join only after enough members vote them "beautiful" during the 48 hours after their profile is uploaded.