News Live 365: June 28th, 2022

Shawn Wisniewski of Centerville was arrested in Crawford County after allegedly attacking two other men with a 2×4 in Rome Township. Authorities say that the 36-year-old was involved in a property dispute with the two men and hit one of them in the leg and head with the board during an argument, causing injuries.

Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, Josh Shapiro, announced last week that 3,794 Pennsylvania residents would receive restitution as part of a settlement with Carnival Cruises for a 2019 data breach. Information about passengers such as Social Security and Passport numbers, names, addresses, and more was stolen in May 2019, but the cruise line did not report the breach for nearly a year until March 2020. An unauthorized actor gained access to Carnival’s employee e-mail where the data was sent in messages between employees with little or no attempt at further security and an investigation by attorneys general in 46 states uncovered the company’s lack of security and slowness in reporting their data breach. Carnival agreed to pay out a total of $1.25 million in restitution to thousands of victims and improve its security infrastructure in a settlement reached last week.

In Harrisburg, State Representative Josh Kail is stepping up efforts to impeach Philadelphia’s District Attorney Larry Krasner by submitting a resolution to create a select committee to investigate him. If approved, Kail’s committee would consist of three Republicans and two Democrats from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives picked by House Speaker Bryan Cutler, it would have subpoena powers, and also the responsibility of recommending policy changes.