Sensitive data on about 20 million Ecuadorian citizens, including some who are deceased, has once again been discovered on an unsecured server, according to security researchers. The latest finding raises additional questions about who has control over Ecuadorians’ personal information and why it wasn’t secured. The data was discovered on a server used by an Ecuadorian company, DataBook, according to Ran Locar and Noam Rotem, Israeli computer programmers who do security research in their free time. The two men said the data, which includes names, addresses, workplace, family members, phone numbers, vehicle information and emails, was hosted on a server located in Germany. By Wednesday morning, the website hosting the personal data was down.