Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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  • PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich joined a 32-state bipartisan investigation into the massive Equifax data breach recently disclosed to the public. In a letter sent to Equifax today, the attorneys general are calling for Equifax to disable links for enrollment in fee-based credit monitoring service in the wake of the data breach impacting 143 million people.
  • PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich today filed a lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents (“ABOR”) for dramatically and unconstitutionally increasing the price of base tuition and mandatory fees at Arizona's public universities by more than 300 percent since 2003. The Arizona Constitution requires that “the university and all other state educational institutions shall be open to students of both sexes, and the instruction furnished shall be as nearly free as possible.”
  • AG Mark Brnovich filed a complaint in Superior Court today accusing ABOR of violating the AZ Constitution
  • PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich led a coalition of 20 attorneys general in filing an Amicus Brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in opposition to the law enforcement gag order issued in the David Daleiden and Center for Medical Progress v. National Abortion Federation case.
  • PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Arizona joined with 31 other states in a consumer fraud settlement with Lenovo Inc., the world’s second largest computer manufacturer. Under the settlement, Lenovo resolves allegations that it shipped some of its laptops preloaded with adware that compromised security protections in order to deliver ads to Arizona consumers. Those compromised security protections allegedly made consumers' personal information vulnerable to hackers. The settlement was negotiated in coordination with the Federal Trade Commission. Arizona will receive $83,961 from the settlement.