E3 organizer says it’s tightened security after accidentally doxxing thousands of attendees

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The Electronic Software Association is introducing tighter security measures around press registration for E3, one of the world’s largest video game conferences. This move follows an incident last year in which sensitive personal information belonging to thousands of journalists, YouTube creators, and Twitch streamers was made public. A new blog post published today details updates to the conference and its “media registration process,” which the company says “received a lot of attention this past summer.”

“Earning back your trust and support is our top priority,” the post reads. “That’s why we rebuilt the E3 website with enhanced and layered security measures developed by an outside cybersecurity firm. This included updating our data…

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