All four have deleted their LinkedIn profiles, but the profiles still appear in Google's cache. One analyst's profile was live as recently as three days ago.
Par:AnoIA said its release also includes the application OneCalais, which collects unstructured information from news stories, blogs and research reports. The software is made by ClearForest, an Israeli company owned by Thomson Reuters. Officials with Thomson Reuters and ClearForest could not be immediately reached.
The compromised data also contained salary information on executives, although much of it appears to be publicly available.
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