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Los Angeles wants to extradite a Nigerian man accused of swiping the passwords of more than 100 workers in 15 city and county departments via a phishing attack. The metropolis' prosecutors have obtained arrest warrants seeking the extradition of Austin Kelvin Onaghinor from Nigeria to face charges of identity theft and …
Those whose personal information was exposed will receive one free year of credit and identity monitoring services.
Whenever there is loss of personal information it's always the same "compensation".
A year is not enough. Should be for life. It's not like the victims identity wouldn't still be the same after the one year. If that is too expensive, then make sure you have protected the information well enough so you never have to pay out.
So how about issue affected people new SSNs and other identifiers.
"The second-largest city in the US says that while it "thwarted" the attack, it is warning some residents that their personal information may have been exposed, and it's offering free identity protection services to the affected people."
Is there some sort of alternative California dictionary at work here?
No need to leave your country to violate US laws and spend time in an American prison. Do anything on the Internet America considers illegal and have any American affected or any packet routed through an American server or hub or handled by any company operating in or out of America and you too can face a jury of your American peers.
But like the POTUS having the power to drone kill people without due process and to be fair drone killing without due process includes American citizens, we need not be concerned because Obama created that power and all future Presidents will be as reasonable as Obama. No need to have checks and balances or for the people to have a say in the rules and laws under which they are ruled. Our Elite always act in our best interest, so no concern here, we should just move along.
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