LAUSD cyberattack far worse than reported, 2,000 students compromised
At the time, Carvalho was adamant that no psychological evaluations were included in the data leak. Legally, the district was under no obligation to disclose the data leak of the student psychological evaluations. "It isn't surprising to me that...
Surprise, surprise! Narcissistic, PR-obsessed Carvalho lied. Who could've guessed?
If there are positive COVID test results, no way it's just a few records of students from decades ago.
The FBI should have finished their investigation ages ago, and Vice Society posted all their data online fairly quickly after the attack. There is no way they couldn't have known this.
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