It’s a sign of the times that Virginia lawmakers may soon consider a bill to ban what’s popularly known as “revenge porn” – the posting of naked pictures by an ex-lover online.
Albemarle County Prosecutor Denise Lunsford is a powerful woman, and when a former boyfriend posted nude pictures of her on Twitter, she went to court. The pictures came down, but there was no legal penalty. Now, Delegate Marcus Simon is stepping up to change that. He sees revenge porn as a kind of assault and says Lunsford is not alone.
The Virginia Attorney General’s office is warning consumers that scams to entice people as they seek to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act are cropping up around the U.S.
It was also Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican candidate for governor, who was the first to challenge the Affordable Care in Act in Federal Court. He maintains the law is unconstitutional.
The Health Flexible Spending Account records of 13,000 Virginia state employees were erroneously sent last month to the wrong human resources or payroll officials … who should have received information only for their own locations.
An insurance subcontractor electronically distributed the confidential health records, which included the employees’ names and Social Security numbers. The exposure of private information was not due to a hacker—but was instead caused by human error.