Live by exposure, die by exposure.
It’s a hard lesson — and Google may have just learned it. According to Cisco security researchers, Google has inadvertently leaked the personal details and data of more than 282,000 domains registered through the company’s Google Apps for Work service.
The domains were registered through the domain registrar eNom, which charges $6 extra on top of its normal change to hide personal information included in domain name registrations.
That plan seems to have worked well enough until the middle of 2013.