Kristina Torres reports:
Two Georgia women have filed a class action lawsuit alleging a massive data breach by Secretary of State Brian Kemp involving the Social Security numbers and other private information of more than six million voters statewide.
The suit, filed Tuesday in Fulton County Superior Court, alleges Kemp’s office released the information including personal identifying information to the media, political parties and other paying subscribers who legally buy voter information from the state.
The suit alleges the unauthorized information released in October in the voter lists also involved dates of birth and drivers’ license numbers.
Read more on AJC.
Sadly, the reporter does not provide the plaintiffs’ names or the case caption, and does not seem to have asked the state for any response to claims that SSN and other personal information was disclosed.
Update: Great thanks to Ziplock, who provided this link to coverage that has the complaint in Piper v Kemp embedded.