Adult friend finder breach
According to the complaint, the defendant operates an online dating site "designed to facilitate discreet adult relationships between individuals and groups who seek to find similar minded adults for sexual encounters." The plaintiff alleges the defendant failed to keep users' confidential information secure and in October 2016, hackers accessed 339 million accounts in the defendant's system. The suit also states 15 million of the affected accounts had been deleted. responsible because the defendant allegedly failed to implement industry-standard measures to safeguard users' personal information and failed to immediately notify its members whose information may have been compromised.The suit states it was the second-largest breach of the 21st century, and roughly 71 percent of the accounts belonged to U. The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks judgment against defendant; certification of the class action; award of actual, compensatory, statutory and punitive damages; disgorgement; restitution; equitable and injunctive relief; attorney's fees; costs; interest; and other relief as may be available.Estimated cost: million Heartland Payment Systems, a payment processor based in New Jersey, is responsible for processing payments for more than a quarter of a million businesses.Unfortunately, malware planted on the company’s computer network was able to successfully record data from over 100 million credit cards.He is represented by Julian Hammond, Polina Brandler and Ari Cherniak of Hammond Law PC in Baltimore, Maryland and Laura L.Ho of Goldstein, Borgen, Dardarian & Ho in Oakland, California.
Estimated cost: 9 million Linked In might be one of the best places to network for a job, but it might not be a safe place for your personal data.
(Legal Newsline) – A California man alleges his confidential personal information was compromised in an adult dating website data breach.