When DNA company 23andMe was breached, they reported on Friday that only 14-thousand users had their ancestry data stolen as well as “a significant number of files” about other users. Now “TechCrunch” is saying it was a much higher number. The “significant” count is actually about 6.9-million users according to the publication, which is half of their client base. A 23andMe spokesperson has now confirmed that hackers stole data from about 5.5-million users who use the “DNA Relatives” feature. users have already been forced to change their passwords, but there’s no way to protect against the DNA info stolen being used.