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  • Are Judges Cracking Down On Data Breach Corporate Victims?

    Posted on October 29th, 2009 admin No comments

    A second federal judge has, this week, pushed back against a settlement involving a major data breach, potentially signaling more dire times for retailers whose data gets snatched courtesy of inadequate security. Last month, it was a federal judge in Maine who started questioning whether Hannaford should get a walk just because zero-liability programs spared its consumers any out-of-pocket losses.The new ruling comes from a federal judge in San Francisco, who rejected the class-action settlement proposal for TD Ameritrade on the grounds that it didn’t help the consumer victims sufficiently.In both cases, the judges reversed positions they’d previously taken.

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    Are Judges Cracking Down On Data Breach Corporate Victims?

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