OpenAI confirmed that it took ChatGPT offline after it became aware of a bug revealing some of its users’ chat history. In a blog article, the company explained that after conducting an internal investigation, it discovered the same bug could have exposed the name, email address, the last four digits of payment card information and the card expiration date of 1.2% of the ChatGPT Plus subscribers who were active at the time.
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