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An open database in China contains the personal information of more than 1.8 million women, including their phone numbers, addresses, and something called “BreedReady” status, according to a researcher.
Victor Gevers, a Dutch internet expert from the non-profit group GDI.Foundation, found the insecure data cache while searching for open databases in China. He posted a series of screenshots of it over the weekend.

https://twitter.com/0xDUDE/status/110452...lion-women

Cite:  https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/m...lion-women

The database, whose server is in China, included fields labeled in English for sex, age, education, marital status, as well as a column titled “BreedReady”, which could be a poor translation of Chinese terms to describe whether a woman has children or is of child-bearing age, observers noted. It was taken down late on Monday afternoon local time, according to Gevers.
The data breach is alarming in the context of official concerns over China’s falling birthrates. Women rights advocates and critics of China’s use of strict family planning rules worry about how far the government will go to encourage more women to have children.
It is not clear whether the database is related to a dating app, a government registry, or another organisation or company. Gevers, who also identified a database maintained by a surveillance company tracking at least 2.5 million residents in Xinjiang, said he was still taking samples and working on verifying the data.
“More than this, we don’t have at the moment. Our primary concern is that it gets secured ASAP,” he told the Guardian.
The average age of women in the database was 32, with the youngest being 15, he said. Almost 90% of included entries were described single and 82% were listed as living in Beijing.
The database also included fields labeled “political” and “hasvideo” as well as links to what appear to be Facebook profile pages. Facebook is blocked in China and can only be accessed through virtual private networks.
The researcher said he and others were contacting some of those whose profile pages were linked to see if they were aware of the database or had registered such information.
In a thread titled “Is this the prologue to The Handmaid’s Tale?” on the discussion forum Douban, Chinese internet users likened the database to the television show based on a future where women are forced to reproduce.

“This kind of database is very indicative and frightening,” said one user, adding: “I’m a pessimist and the fact that stories like The Handmaid’s Tale exist means the signs are already there.”

Cite:  https://viraltrendynews.com/china-databa...ion-women/

The youngest girl in this database is 15y old. The youngest woman with BreedReady:"1" status is 18y. The average age is a bit above 32y, and the most aged woman with a BR:1 is 39 and with a BR:0 is 95y. All are single [89%], divorced [10%] or widow[1%]. About 82% lives in 北京市. pic.twitter.com/qCP7FvFMB7
The database, whose server is in China, included fields labeled in English for sex, age, education, marital status, as well as a column titled “BreedReady”, which could be a poor translation of Chinese terms to describe whether a woman has children or is of child-bearing age, observers noted. It was taken down late on Monday afternoon local time, according to Gevers.
The data breach is alarming in the context of official concerns over China’s falling birthrates. Women rights advocates and critics of China’s use of strict family planning rules worry about how far the government will go to encourage more women to have children.
It is not clear whether the database is related to a dating app, a government registry, or another organisation or company. Gevers, who also identified a database maintained by a surveillance company tracking at least 2.5 million residents in Xinjiang, said he was still taking samples and working on verifying the data.
“More than this, we don’t have at the moment. Our primary concern is that it gets secured ASAP,” he told the Guardian.
The average age of women in the database was 32, with the youngest being 15, he said. Almost 90% of included entries were described single and 82% were listed as living in Beijing.

Cite:  https://www.yoxi.us/page/read/china-data...1-8/16000/
Hold my beer, I got this


Chuckle
So where is the male list? LOL
When I stop and think about this I can say that most counties have this kind of data including here in America; one only has to think about school data and medical data,extra . The only difference would be we most likely wouldn't call them breedready .

Just Google or search " school selling student database " there is a lot of info

Surprise Surprise Surprise
(03-11-2019, 12:46 PM)Miscellaneous Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-11-2019, 10:58 AM)Apache54 Wrote: [ -> ]So where is the male list?   LOL

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You don't know much about the Chinese.
Something like.... Half of all Chinese herbals, the reason they're decimating animal populations to keep producing them, are for male fertility.
1 billion Chinese men all crying for their erections, is why numerous animals, are now near extinct.
Yes I know we have viagra. They don't want it.

Well, actually I know LOTS about Chinese and their uses of herbs for many things and yes LOTS of them are for male enhanced sexual performance,
I personally have NO need of them or viagra, LOL but when you do research that is one of many things that shows up, BUT you are correct about the animal use, a prime example is elk horn mostly IF they are in velvet stage we send lots of that over there, goes for BIG dollars.
You may not understand My wife is herbalist and has been for many years!
I would love to see world bodies and the US government come down hard on the Chinese consumption of illegal animal market products but none of our rulers seem to care.
(03-11-2019, 10:47 AM)unclelunatic Wrote: [ -> ]Hold my beer, I got this


Chuckle

lean sideways.
(03-11-2019, 01:15 PM)Treebeard Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-11-2019, 10:47 AM)unclelunatic Wrote: [ -> ]Hold my beer, I got this


Chuckle

lean sideways.

After a few beers I always do Chuckle
Shock
Creepy!

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