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Arizona 'audit' official says he 'recovered' files, undercutting claim Maricopa County officials deleted them

A GOP contractor said he was able to recover data that the Arizona Senate’s election 'audit' team previously accused Maricopa County of deleting, undermining a serious allegation publicly lodged against election officials.... Read more»

Tamper seals and deleted databases: Arizona audit myths and facts

Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, in response to a litany of accusations that 'auditors' bombastically pronounced on Twitter last week, released a 14-page letter, along with exhibits, to refute the claims that have sparked new conspiracy theories.... Read more»

Census data for Arizona redistricting will be available earlier than projected

The U.S. Census Bureau announced that the data states need for redistricting will be available in mid-to-late August, the Associated Press reported. Delays caused by the pandemic previously led the bureau to move the target date, making it likely that the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission wouldn’t be able to complete its draft maps until December or later. However, there’s a catch: The data will be available in an outdated format that will be difficult for some states to use.... Read more»

Judge denies Brnovich's demand for summary judgment in Google fraud case

An Arizona judge rejected a request from Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich for a partial judgment in an ongoing consumer fraud lawsuit against Google, ruling that the state did not have sufficient evidence and the case should move forward with jurors. ... Read more»

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Live weather radar for Tucson and the rest of Southern Arizona from the National Weather Service.... Read more»

Arizona AG sues Google for consumer fraud over cell phone tracking

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich claimed in a court filing that Google has violated Arizona's Consumer Fraud Act in the way it gathers location data, and he is asking the tech giant to pay millions of dollars in fines and restitution.... Read more»

Everything we know (so far) about Obama’s Big Data tactics

For the past nine months, we've been following how political campaigns use data about voters to target them in different ways. Now, members of the campaign are starting to open up about what their team actually did with all that data. ... Read more»