Ireland Fines Meta €265M for ‘Data Scraping’ Leak

Ireland’s privacy authority Monday announced it was imposing a €265 million fine and other corrective measures on Meta for failing to properly protect its data.

New Jersey Ballots Disappear After Dominion Voting Failure

Over 3,000 paper ballots went missing following a malfunction with Dominion Voting machines in Mercer County, New Jersey.

CHD Rutgers Lawsuit Moves Forward, as Rutgers Announces Trial With Pfizer on COVID Vaccines for Kids Under 5

The attorney representing Children’s Health Defense (CHD) and 13 Rutgers University students in a lawsuit challenging Rutgers’ COVID-19 vaccine mandate policy said the District Court of New Jersey didn’t follow the legal standard when it dismissed CHD’s case.

Trump Lawyer Appeals Court Order to Hand Over Emails to Jan. 6 Committee

Trump Attorney John Eastman has filed a notice of his appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit after a federal judge reaffirmed an order asking that the lawyer hand over certain emails to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol breach incident.

Texas AG Ken Paxton Sues Google Over Biometric Data Collection

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that the Lone Star State will bring a case against Google over the unauthorized collection of biometric data from users without their informed consent, in the latest of a long string of legal cases brought by the Texas AG against the tech giant.

Election Integrity Experts Identify Privacy Flaw Affecting All ICP/Ice Dominion Voting Systems Across 21 States

J.Alex Halderman, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan, claims to have identified a critical privacy flaw in the election infrastructure sold by Dominion Voting Systems in the United States.

Georgia Democrats Vote to Keep Konnech Election Software Despite Criminal Investigation Into Its CEO, Accused of Storing Sensitive Data in Communist China

On Monday, Georgia's DeKalb Board of Registration and Elections held a special meeting to discuss its contract with election software company Konnech.

PayPal Backtracks on ‘Misinformation’ Fine After Thousands Close Their Accounts

The company was preparing to fine account holders up to $2,500 for spreading "hate" or "misinformation," which PayPal determines on its own.

Election Software CEO Arrested for Storing Data on Chinese Servers

Mainstream media dismissed the story as a "conspiracy" just before the arrest.

Elon Musk Twitter Purchase Back On—$44 Billion Buyout Moving Forward

Musk and Twitter were involved in a legal battle over active accounts.

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