TechCrunch that they have about 5,000

TechCrunch analyzed the published sets of stolen data by comparing it to known public genealogy records, including websites published by hobbyists and genealogists.

Although the sets of data were formatted differently, they contained some of the same unique user and genetic information that matched genealogy records published online years earlier.

The owner of one genealogy website, for which some of their relatives’ information was exposed in 23andMe’s data breach, told TechCrunch that they have about 5,000 relatives discovered through 23andMe, and said our “correlations might take that into account.”