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Remote ID Ruling For FAA in RaceDayQuads Suit

RaceDayQuads, a racing drone retailer based in Orlando, Florida, and Tyler Brennan, a drone operator (collectively, Petitioners), filed a Petition for Review of the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Remote Identification (Remote...

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Privacy Tip #320 – 2021 Goes Down as Top Year for Fraud

2021 will go down in our minds as many things, including the year in which more people reported fraud and the highest dollar amount of fraud losses in history. Not a...

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Broward Health Data Breach Affects 1.3 Million Individuals

On January 1, 2022, Broward Health, which operates dozens of health care facilities in Broward County, Florida, notified over 1.3 million individuals that a threat actor gained access to and removed...

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Blackbaud Must Face CCPA Claims in Multi-district Class Action from Data Breach

Blackbaud, which suffered a data breach of its customers’ data in a ransomware attack in 2020, in which it admitted paying the ransom in a double extortion attack [view related posts],...

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School Nutrition Vendor Sued for Compromise of 867,209 K-12 Student Records

PCS Revenue Control Systems, Inc. (PCS) was hit with a proposed class action lawsuit last week alleging that it discovered a data breach from a hacking attack in December 2019 but...

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Canon Hit with Data Breach Class Action Suit by Former and Current Employees

Canon U.S.A. Inc. (Canon) was hit with a class action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York this week for the ransomware attack that exposed...

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GEO Group Hit with Ransomware Attack

The GEO Group, Inc. (GEO), a publicly held company located in Boca Raton Florida, announced on November 3, 2020, that it is beginning to notify individuals following a ransomware attack that...

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OCR Settles with NY Spine for Failure to Provide Access to Records

Continuing its enforcement priority of assisting patients with obtaining access to their health records, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) recently settled its ninth case with a covered entity that...

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