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United States Privacy Digest | GM hit by credential stuffing attack; Chicago Public Schools sustains data breach Related reading: Roe v. Wade decision may hamper American Data Privacy and Protection Act



  • Officials from General Motors announced it was targeted by a credential stuffing attack in April, InfoSecurity Magazine reports. The attack exposed customers’ personal information, including names, email addresses, home addresses, usernames and phone numbers of people tied to specific accounts, last known and saved location information, their GM OnStar package, and family members’ avatars and photos. 
  • A data breach of Chicago Public Schools exposed personal information of 500,000 students and more than 56,000 employees, Security Magazine reports. CPS released a statement reporting the compromised student data included names, birthdates, gender, grade level, school and district, and state student ID numbers. Staff names, school employee ID numbers and CPS email addresses were also breached.

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