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StreetEasy maps hit by Jewtropolis hack Thir上海千花网龙凤论坛

d-party vendor Mapbox apologized after its NYC map was “vandalized”

StreetEasy was among the websites and apps struck by an anti-Semitic hack on Thursday that for a brief time labeled maps of New York City as Jewtropolis.

The attack also affected Snapchat, Citi Bike and the New York Times — all of which use maps from the third-party company Mapbox. Reports surfaced this morning on Twitter that the maps had been re-named, prompting Mapbox to issue a statement confirming that its New York City map was vandalized.

The hack impacted StreetEasy s building pages, which consolidates information about properties.

In a statement, a StreetEasy spokesperson said 上海同城对对碰交友社区

the company was deeply sorry for the incident.

An issue with one of our third-party map vendors resulted in an offensive term appearing on some StreetEasy maps this morning,” the spokesperson said. “We are deeply sorry and addressed it as soon as we knew.

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ours, StreetEasy and Mapbox — as well as other impacted sites — replaced the maps appearing on the listing portal.

Mapbox provides a base layer of maps to companies, which then add on their own data. Clients include Foursquare, Lonely Planet, Evernote and the Weather Channel.

In a statement, Mapbox stressed that it has a zero-tolerance policy against hate speech.

“The malicious edit was made by a source that attempted several other hateful edits, the statement said. Our security team has confirmed no additional attempts were successf上海千花网


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