On April 22, Mexico's National Electoral Institute ("INE") issued a press release (source document in Spanish) stating that voter registration lists were uploaded to an online retailer's data storage site and subsequently made public. Information on the lists included the names and addresses of approximately 90 million Mexican citizens enrolled in the voter registry. INE filed a criminal complaint with the Special Prosecutor's Office for Electoral Crimes against the person responsible, although there is currently no indication that security systems were breached.
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