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Data of 31 million users of iPhone add-on keyboard ai.type potentially leaks

Conflicting accounts have emerged about a security breach involving the ai.type add-on keyboard for iOS and Android, with researchers claiming that 31 million people's data has been compromised -- with a user's contacts also potentially included in the leak.
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