[firearms-alert] CA: CA DOJ Gun Owner Data Leak Due to “Deficiencies in Policies, Procedures, and Inadequate Oversight” Study Finds

  • From: Jeff Chan <webmaster@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: firearms-alert <firearms-alert@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2022 16:56:01 -0800



https://www.nraila.org/articles/20221130/ca-doj-gun-owner-data-leak-due-to-deficiencies-in-policies-procedures-and-inadequate-oversight-study-finds



CA DOJ Gun Owner Data Leak Due to “Deficiencies in Policies, Procedures, and 
Inadequate Oversight” Study Finds

Wednesday, November 30, 2022 



Today, the California Department of Justice announced an independent study was 
completed regarding the recent data leak of gun owner information. The study 
found that while the leak was not intentional, it was "due to a number of 
deficiencies within DOJ including lack of training, expertise, and professional 
rigor; insufficient documentation, policies, and procedures; and inadequate 
oversight" impacting more than 190,000 gun owners. To read the CA DOJ’s full 
press release, click here. 

NRA-ILA continues to fight for your Second Amendment rights and the privacy of 
gun owners in California, including our continued litigation efforts on 
personal data in Doe v. Bonta.




-- 
Jeff Chan
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