Hackers release data after LAUSD refuses to pay ransom

Hackers released data from Los Angeles Unified School District on Saturday, a day after Supt. Alberto Carvalho said he would not negotiate with or pay a ransom to the criminal syndicate. . . .

“What I can tell you is that the demand — any demand — would be absurd,” Carvalho told The Times on Friday. “But this level of demand was, quite frankly, insulting. And we’re not about to enter into negotiations with that type of entity.”

https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-10-02/hackers-release-data-ahead-of-deadline-in-response-to-lausd-refusal-to-pay-ransom

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