- More Yahoo hack fallout: Senators say the company should face an SEC probe [Associated Press] as security experts warn of "ripple effect" of hack across the internet [Associated Press].
Google is shielding a security reporter who has been targeted by massive cyberattack. [CNet]
- Criminal sentencing reform and an extension on tax increases for high earners are among California’s November ballot propositions supported by a majority of likely voters, a new Field Poll found. [SF Chronicle]
- As of Monday, Uber customers can buy gift cards for rides at Walmart. [Consumerist]
- CHP says speed caused a bus carrying students from China to crash and hit a tree near Yosemite National Park, killing a 13-year-old passenger. [CBS 5]
- A SF art editor who reprinted and sold copyrighted photos of paintings by Pablo Picasso can be required to pay more than $2 million to the copyright holder. [SF Chronicle]
- Yosemite National Park Superintendent Don Neubacher has broadly apologized to park employees, acknowledging harsh criticisms leveled against the management of the park last week. [Tribune News Services]
- A data-driven modeling tool is helping cities - including San Francisco - reach their sustainability goals by outlining which technologies will provide the greatest impact. [Sustainable Brands]