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Ugly hack at dating site for 'beautiful' people

Security researchers find personal data leaked for more than 1 million users of the "elite" dating site BeautifulPeople.com. Spotify users may also be dealing with a hacking headache. Meanwhile, Twitter takes another step toward fighting online abuse.

Being good looking isn't easy. Even beautiful people need to worry about hacking.

Be grateful if you've ever been denied entry into the selective dating site BeautifulPeople.com, because reports indicate more than 1 million accounts had personal data leaked online. CNET Update explains what researchers have found from the controversial site, and why Spotify members may also need to worry:

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But that's not all in horrible-people-online news. Twitter is taking another step to combat online abuse -- by giving users an easier way to report multiple tweets at once.

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