According to a report from the Washington State Attorney General's office, between July 2016 and this summer, millions of Washington residents had their personal information either compromised or potentially compromised.
Police from Yakima to Tri-Cities will be watching pawn shops and other online sales ads after someone (or a group of people) smashed through a door window and stole over $10,000 worth of computers and electronics donated to a Yakima non-profit group.
Earlier this week, McDonalds began to filter, or restrict, certain types of content available via it's free WiFi at restaurants. This effort namely aimed at pornography, and it includes the stores in Tri-Cities.
Although state officials say they have no indication the data ever "left" the state's healthcare system, two employees were fired over 'exchanging' data between two computers, in violation of HIPPA laws.
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