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CafePress to Pay $2 Million in Multi-State Data Breach Settlement

On December 18, seven states have entered into a settlement agreement with e-retailer Cafe-Press for $2 million stemming from a 2019 data breach that exposed information of approximately 22 million consumers. The breach affected consumers’ personal information, including usernames and passwords, Social Security numbers, and/or Taxpayer Identification numbers. Of the $2 million, $750,000 will be … Continue Reading

Drones and Personal Privacy

Imagine that you are sitting in your backyard and a drone flies overhead. It hovers. The camera adjusts and looks right at you. Then it flies away. You are left wondering who is operating it and why. On a number of occasions, similar encounters with unknown drones had led to visceral (sometimes even violent) reactions … Continue Reading

Feds identify security vulnerabilities in state healthcare exchange websites

A Government Accountability Office (GAO) examination of the state-run health insurance exchanges for California, Kentucky and Vermont identified inadequate security measures in place to protect consumers’ personal information. While state officials from Kentucky and California denied that any security breaches had occurred or that any personal data had been compromised as a result of the … Continue Reading
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