The venture capitalist plans to present a initiative to the California Attorney General to break the nation's most populous state into six smaller ones--including a state of Silicon Valley. Think you could wrap your head around six different Californias? If Tim Draper has his way you might have to. Show More Summary
California Attorney General Kamala Harris announced the arrest of Kevin Christopher Bollaert. Image via. You know how back in the day we could walk into a big-box retail store and buy a few sweatshirts with ease, because we didn't know...Show More Summary
A fair amount of attention has been paid to the announcement from Kamala Harris, the attorney general for California, that Kevin Bollaert, the operator of a revenge porn site, and corresponding "pay me to take down the revenge porn" site, has been arrested and charged with a variety of crimes, including extortion. Show More Summary
27-year old Kevin Bollaert is currently being held in a San Diego County jail, following a six-month investigation by the California Attorney General's eCrime unit into revenge porn websites. Bollaert is the suspected ringleader of revenge porn sites ugotposted.com and changemyreputation.com.
California State Attorney General Kamala D. Harris today announced the arrest of a man said to have owned and operated a so-called revenge porn website.
The California attorney general's office says it has arrested the operator of a "revenge porn" website that illegally posted more than 10,000 sexually explicit photographs of individuals alongside their personal identifying information...Show More Summary
In October, California outlawed “revenge porn,” the act of posting what had once been private naked pictures of former partners online for the purpose of humiliating him or her (generally “her”). Today California Attorney General Kamala...Show More Summary
Recent years have seen the rise of "revenge porn" sites, in which explicit images of people are posted online without their consent. Today, California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris announced that the state has arrested a man authorities say is the operator … Continue reading ?
The alleged operator of a "revenge porn" website that posted naked photos of people without their consent has been arrested in California, state attorney general Kamala Harris announced. Kevin Christopher Bollaert, 27, allegedly facilitated...Show More Summary
The California attorney general’s office has shut down ten websites that mimicked state’s official health insurance marketplace.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris has filed a lawsuit against Corinthian Colleges Inc., a for-profit college chain based in Orange… READ MORE The post California AG Targets For-Profit College Chain on Job Prospects appeared first on Affordable Schools Online.
Attorney General Kamala Harris announced the appointment of out gay lawyer Edward DuMont as the state's new solicitor general yesterday.
I’m just delighted, both as a friend of Ed’s and as one of his future clients. From the state Attorney General’s press release: As the chief appellate lawyer for the Department of Justice, DuMont will lead the new Office of the Solicitor...Show More Summary
On Thursday, the California attorney general and the state's top election watchdog named the "Koch brothers network" of donors and dark-money nonprofits as the true source of $15 million in secret donations made last year to influence two bitterly fought ballot propositions in California. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Latino civil rights activists on Friday appealed to California's attorney general to probe the marketing practices of Herbalife as the nutrition and supplements company hosted a sales event for thousands of Latino distributors.
Last Thursday California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris filed a lawsuit against Corinthian Colleges accusing the company of deliberately deceiving prospective students and investors about the company’s record in placing graduates into jobs. Show More Summary
Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner is facing numerous criminal charges. The California attorney general’s office filed three criminal complaints, including felony false imprisonment and two counts of misdemeanor battery. The charges allege Filner used “violence, fraud, menace, and deceit” to falsely imprison three women, identified as Jane Does. Show More Summary
Last Thursday, California's attorney general, Kamala Harris, sued Corinthian Colleges, one of the country's biggest -- and worst -- for-profit college companies, for "false and predatory advertising, intentional misrepresentations to...Show More Summary
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The California attorney general's office has charged former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner with felony false imprisonment and two misdemeanor counts of battery.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris filed suit yesterday against a company that operates three for-profit colleges, alleging that it lied both to students about the prospects of job-placement, but also to investors about the success rate of its graduates. Show More Summary