The attack on the Newhall District in Valencia is part of a wave of ransomware attacks on the education sector, which shows no sign of dissipating.
New opt-in COVID-19 Exposure Notifications Express systems baked into Apple’s iOS and available on Android need privacy guardrails, say privacy advocates.
A federal judge in California ruled that the spyware vendor does not have sovereign immunity.
On Wednesday California adopted the strictest privacy law in the United States.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which goes into effect Jan. 1, will have a longstanding impact on privacy regulation across the U.S., a security expert says.
A pair of laws provides recourse for victims of deepfake technology.
The historic measure, which still needs to be signed into law, would prohibit biometric surveillance, including in bodycams.
A database with millions of data points on games played plus sensitive information was left right in the middle of the internet fairway for all to see.
Concerns over data privacy and security push California to roll out the first legislation on connected devices.
The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit after SB 822 was passed, enforcing net neutrality laws, on Sunday.