A South Carolina employee who clicked on a link in an email was the first step for hackers to later obtain millions of Social Security numbers and bank accounts from the state's servers.
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The South Carolina Department of Revenue has announced that a cyber attack has exposed over 3.6 million of the state's Social Security numbers, along with 387,000 credit and debit card numbers.
The South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled that webmail services like Outlook and Gmail aren't protected by existing digital privacy laws because they don't conform to laws written in the 1980s.
In Spartanburg, SC, the same city where a woman was tricked into buying a fake iPad this week, two more women were conned into buying a box with paper they thought was a laptop.