I wonder how many people of that country were actually aware of this or even read the letter?
I tried to brighten it up a little bit for easier reading. Click to enlarge.
Btw, it was CodeMonkey that dug this up. He also put this questions forth.
All Maricopa County voter files were breached.
Only those who were on the protected address list were sent letters. The rest of the public was not sent letters because “their information is public record”.
Adrian Fontes should have, by law, addressed this because he was still in office.
Why would Adrian Fontes NOT notify the public or those on the protected address list?
Why did Stephen Richer wait until mid-March to notify of the breach?
How were the records accessed?
Exactly what voter information was “gathered”?
When was the attack identified?
What steps were taken to “successfully” stop the activity?
What “security measures” were immediately put into place to prevent this from occurring in the future?