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On 9 January, a California committee passed Senate bill SB-712: a piece of legislation that would make, what might seem like, a tiny tweak to a law that says you can’t cover your car’s license plate.

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January 1 marked an important day in cybercrime penalties in California, as Senate Bill 1137 signed in September 2016 by Gov. Jerry Brown was finally enforced. Under the bill, any criminal who infects a computer, system or network with ransomware could face up to four years in state prison. Because ransomware is a form of […]

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Silver Creek Fitness & Physical Therapy of California suffered a data breach through a third-part contractor that exposed their clients personally identifiable information to include Social Security and Medicare numbers. The company reported to the state of California Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General that it was notified on Sept. 11 that its […]

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