BBC - Feb 25 - US cyber-security researchers said a Clubhouse user found a way to stream feeds from multiple chatrooms. Clubhouse confirmed the spill, which is when data is released to a place that is not authorized to have access to it. The firm said that it had banned the user and installed new "safeguards" to prevent conversations from being streamed again. "This individual's account has been permanently banned from the service and we have added additional safeguards to prevent people from doing this in the future." Program's chief technology officer of Stanford University's Internet Observatory, David Thiel, and Australian cyber-security researcher Robert Potter stressed that the data spill was not malicious or a "hack". By understanding how this worked, the user could connect a Clubhouse API to his website, and essentially "share" his login remotely with anyone on the internet who wanted to listen to the audio chats from the app.