Campbell County Sheriff’s Office recognizes members for service
CAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. – Family, friends and Campbell County law enforcement officials gathered at Rustburg High School Friday to recognize 40 people who, according to Sheriff Whit Clark, have gone out of their way for the community. “Every single day they come to work to serve the citizens of Campbell County. One of them was Deputy Brian Davis, who retired from the department after seven years. Davis started in Campbell County elementary schools following the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut. He said after that mass shooting, protecting the lives of thousands of Campbell County students meant even more to him.
14-year-old boy among those arrested during nights of protests in Lynchburg
LYNCHBURG, Va. – Lynchburg police have arrested three more individuals in connection with protests that began Sunday night. Marshals Service took William Shanks, 29, of Lynchburg, into custody on the following charges in connection with Sunday night’s riot. Demetre Wade, 25, of Lynchburg, is charged with assault on a police officer, projecting a missile at an occupied dwelling, property damage, and unlawful assembly. (WSLS)Wade, 25, of Lynchburg, is charged with assault on a police officer, projecting a missile at an occupied dwelling, property damage and unlawful assembly. Mackton Saunders, 31, of Lynchburg (Blue Ridge Regional Jail)Saunders, 31, of Lynchburg, is charged with unlawful assembly related to Monday night’s protest after it was declared unlawful.
Facebook must disclose app records for Massachusetts probe, judge rules
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc has been ordered by a Massachusetts judge to turn over material to the states attorney general about thousands of apps that the social media company suspected may have misused customer data. FILE PHOTO: A woman looks at the Facebook logo on an iPad in this photo illustration taken June 3, 2018. We are disappointed that the Massachusetts Attorney General and the court didnt fully consider our arguments on well-established law, including the work product doctrine, it said. We are pleased that the court ordered Facebook to tell our office which other app developers may have engaged in conduct like Cambridge Analytica.The judge gave Facebook 90 days to turn over the material Healey sought. Last July, Facebook agreed to pay a record $5 billion fine to resolve a U.S. Federal Trade Commission probe into its privacy practices.feeds.reuters.com
Facebook fights disclosing app records in Massachusetts privacy probe
BOSTON (Reuters) - Facebook Inc on Thursday urged a judge not to force it to turn over records to Massachusetts attorney general disclosing thousands of apps the social media giant suspects misused users data, as part of a probe into its privacy practices. FILE PHOTO: Silhouettes of laptop users are seen next to a screen projection of Facebook logo in this picture illustration taken March 28, 2018. Assistant Attorney General Sara Cable told Judge Brian Davis the records were needed to determine the extent that Facebook turned a blind eye to the misuse of users data by app developers despite policies aimed at protecting their information. According to court papers, Facebooks internal investigation led it to suspend 69,000 apps, mostly because their developers did not cooperate with the investigation. In July, Facebook agreed to pay a record $5 billion to resolve a Federal Trade Commission probe into its privacy practices.feeds.reuters.com