Raising awareness of another tool you might need to protect yourself against, that seems to contain leaked address and phone numbers, might be of use to people in the security space to be aware of it.
My full address and an old phone number are in there and I can see some of my neighbours numbers in there too and they appear correct.
If you spot your details in there it might make it easier for someone to know the number of a device you use for 2 factor auth or a street address that might be used to confirm identity for online banking etc
The takedown policy on the site seems to require you to give them an email address, which is a little bit sketchy in itself. Just highlighting it as there appears to be a bunch of details of Irish addresses / numbers in there, it may have came from a recent leak.
Meant to post an example:
Could be scraped very easily by those robocallers or whatever as well
Isn't this just the information that was available in old phone books?
As in it's just a directory of mobile numbers whereas the old phonebook was landlines?
Yeah I guess that's a good comparison, think you could unlist your number from the phone book if you wanted though
Maybe it's just me but I'm not a fan of having all the info presented like that for scraping
The phone book contained mobile numbers in the mid 90s but this is clearly newer than that.
There's a chance its from one of the private credit reference agencies used for things like mobile contracts and hire purchase in shops but its a very random selection of coverage.
some of the details are very old the one is 10 years out of date there are a couple I think are 20 years out of date.
might that suggest different sources
GDPR complaint mightn't be the worst idea but likely unenforceable as they're not in the EU.
GDPR is enforceable world wide. You just have to fight for your rights. Irish DPC is particularly business friendly, unfortunately.