“These companies' practices were deceptive,” Madigan said in a news release. “After customers made a purchase, they were also charged for goods and services they never requested or wanted.”
“I’ve learned that too often, police avoid testing rape kits by unilaterally deciding not to pursue an investigation,” Madigan said. “In fact, at a recent summit I held on campus sexual assault, a police officer stated that he learned at the police academy that 80 percent of sexual assault allegations are false.”
Attorney General Lisa Madigan today said the Illinois House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee passed a measure that will strengthen the state’s data breach notification law. Senate Bill 1833 sponsored by Sen. Dan Biss (D-Evanston) and Rep. Ann Williams (D-Chicago) passed the committee by a vote of 7-4.