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Attorney General Mayes Announces $49.5 Million Settlement with Software Company Blackbaud for Data Breach
Attorney General Kris Mayes today announced that the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, along with 49 other state attorneys general, has reached a settlement with software company Blackbaud for its deficient data security practices and for its response to a 2020 ransomware event that exposed the personal information of millions of consumers across the United States.
I have watched Rupert Murdoch’s career with admiration, irritation and, sometimes, horror. His besetting sin is that he goes too far. The fault that has landed Fox News settling with Dominion Voting Systems for $787.5 million isn’t new in the Murdoch experience. He is a publishing and television genius. But like many geniuses, his success
Photo: Davida Brook, left, Justin Nelson, center, and Stephen Shackelford, right, attorneys for Dominion Voting Systems, exit the New Castle County Courthouse in Wilmington, Del. Fox News agreed Tuesday to pay Dominion Voting Systems nearly $800 million to avert a trial in the voting machine company’s lawsuit that would have exposed how the network promoted
Arizona will take down a makeshift wall made of shipping containers at the Mexico border, settling a lawsuit and political tussle with the U.S. government over trespassing on federal lands. The Biden administration and the Republican governor entered into an agreement that Arizona will cease installing the containers in the Coronado National Forest — the
[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] New York City is paying out nearly $1.8 billion to black and Hispanic teachers who were unable to pass a test that was required