Posted on December 1st, 2011 No comments
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster has announed his office has obtained a temporary restraining order against Didion Land Project Association LLC and its owners and operators, Thomas Stewart and Daniel Fetsch, for violating the Missouri Hazardous Waste Management Law, the Missouri Solid Waste Law and the Missouri Clean Water Law. In a press release from the AG’s office, Koster claims the defendants operated the Didion and Sons Foundry in St. Peters, Mo., beginning around April 2009.
Posted on October 18th, 2011 No comments
Northern Metals Recycling, based in Minneapolis, is planning to relocate its Bismarck, N.D., scrap metal facility. According to Bismarck City Attorney Charles Whitman, Northern Metals’ present 8-acre location is not large enough to meet the company’s processing needs.
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Northern Metals Recycling to Relocate ND Facility
Posted on January 20th, 2011 No comments
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen is investigating a recent security data breach affecting University of Connecticut Co-op consumers. Jepsen wants specific information by Thursday on the number of customers affected, what information was taken or lost, and what the Co-op is going to identify the hacker, according to a news release …
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Attorney General Investigating UConn Bookstore Security Breach
Indiana is suing health insurer WellPoint for $300,000 in damages from a data breach involving health care applicantsPosted on November 10th, 2010 No comments
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has filed a lawsuit against insurance company WellPoint for delaying notification of a data breach to the AG’s office and to the more than 32,000 customers in Indiana affected.
Posted on November 4th, 2010 No comments
Indiana Attorney General seeks $300,000 for failure to comply with state law.
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WellPoint Sued For Delay In Disclosing Security Breach
Posted on September 17th, 2009 No comments
The new state law increases the penalties for database owners who discard consumers’ personal data, such as Social Security numbers, in a way that could subject them to identity theft. Database owners could face a fine of $5,000 per incident and are required to notify the attorney general’s office, as well as consumers, if a security breach occurs.
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Indiana ID theft law gets added bite
Posted on August 27th, 2009 No comments
Albert Gonzalez, who has been accused of managing the data breaches at TJX, Hannaford, 7-Eleven and Heartland (among many others), has once again agreed to plead guilty to parts of two of the three federal cases against him, his attorney, Rene Palomino, said Thursday (Aug.
J.C. Penney, Target Added To List Of Gonzalez Retail Victims
The fourth annual U.S. Encryption Trends Study was released today by The Ponemon Institute
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Report: 73 Percent of U.S. Businesses Breached
The Obama administration’s proposal to create a consumer money watchdog may get roughed up a bit in Capitol Hill turf battles.
Obama’s Consumer Finance Plan Stirs Turf Tussle
The Florida Department of Education’s Office of Student Financial Assistance is notifying 475 student-loan borrowers that their financial records have been exposed to identity theft because the OSFA managed to lose 1,186 “promissory notes” that they signed when they were going to school, and have now fallen behind on.
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Bill Cotterell: DOE slow to act on ID threat