Data security failures, Negligence, Data security laws, and Law enforcement
The article focuses on significance of 2016 California Attorney General's Data Breach Report on cybersecurity litigation in the U.S., as of May 2016. It states that the report is supposed to affect enforcement actions and litigation arising from data breaches, and mentions that the reports has recommended control over data breaches. It notes the report's impact on common-law negligence claims.
The article reports on the petition filed by California Labor Commissioner's Office and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra asking the federal appeals court to overturn the ruling of the U.S. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration that pre-empted the state's meal and rest break rules.
DATA security failures, MALWARE, THEFT, COMPUTER hacking, GOVERNMENT report writing, HARM (Ethics), and CALIFORNIA -- Politics & government -- 1951-
The article discusses the 2016 Data Breach Report that was issued by the California Attorney General, and it mentions how the government document analyzes data security breaches that occurred between 2012 and 2015. Recommendations regarding how to reduce the risk of data breaches and how to mitigate the harms that are caused by security failures are examined. Malware- and computer hacking-related breaches are assessed, along with thefts and the loss of unencrypted data on electronic devices.
The article focuses on the California Office of Attorney general which seized sic websites following 57-count complaints against them for forgery, theft and notary fraud after they claimed to help homeowners facing debts of clearing their mortgages.
Targeted News Service (USA), July 27, 2013 States, Counties, Cities, 2pp
SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 26 -- The California Attorney General issued the following news release: The California Department of Justice today released the Crime in California 2012 report which shows crime changed incrementally in 2012 compared to the prior year. Based on data from local law enforcement agencies throughout California, the report notes that 2012 violent and property crime rates per 100,000 population remain at half the rate seen just 20 years ago...
California. Office of the Attorney General, Villalobos, Alfred, and Buenrostro, Fred
The article reports that a lawsuit has been filed by the California Attorney General against CalPERS Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Fred Buenrostro and ex-board member Alfred Villalobos for allegedly accepting gifts from another ex-board member in order to gain investments.
Bond Buyer. 12/02/98, Vol. 326 Issue 30531, p1. 2p.
LOANS, GOVERNMENT policy, and BOND market
Reports on California Attorney General Dan Lundgren's comments on the legality of blind loan pools sold by the California Transit Finance Authority and the California Watereuse Finance Authority. Defense of the bond sale by law firm Nossaman, Guthner, Knox & Elliot; Debate over the legality of the blind loan pool bond issues.