Posted July 2, 2022 9:30 am by Comments

By Dan Zimmerman

In an unfortunate mishap by the California Attorney General’s office Wednesday, the personal information of hundreds of thousands of Golden State gun owners — including names and addresses — was made available to the public through an AG web site. It’s almost as if governments can’t be trusted with sensitive personal information, particularly the information of those with whom it disagrees.
The data dump accidental disclosure surely had nothing at all to do with the Supreme Court’s Bruen decision that was handed down just a few days prior and nuked California’s “may issue” concealed carry licensing process that gave the state the power to decide whether or not citizens are sufficiently worthy of fully exercising their constitutional rights.
Continue reading NAGR Files Class Action Lawsuit Following California AG’s Disclosure of Gun Owners’ Personal Information at The Truth About Guns.

Source: The Truth About Guns

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