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Data Breach Reveals Gun Owners' Personal Information 

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Rob Bonta speaks during a press conference in San Francisco on March 24, 2021, where Governor Gavin Newsom announced his nomination for California attorney general.
 (Beth LaBerge/KQED)

Gun Data Breach Was Unintentional

A new report out this week says a data breach at the California Department of Justice last summer was the result of poor training and a lack of professional rigor at the agency. The leak included the personal information of hundreds of thousands of concealed carry firearm license applicants.
Reporter: Ben Christopher, CalMatters

Hear Century-Old Wax Cylinder Recordings Of Indigenous Languages

Award-winning poet Deborah Miranda, an enrolled member of the Ohlone-Costanoan Esselen Nation, is the author of "Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir." The book explores the history of Central Coast tribes through the records of her ancestors, including wax-cylinder recordings dating back more than a century.
Reporter: Sasha Khokha, KQED

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