Law360 (May 8, 2019, 6:58 PM EDT) -- A class of Arby's consumers that sued the fast-food chain after a three-month-long data breach asked a Georgia federal court Tuesday to give final approval to a settlement that would set aside up to $2 million for breach victims.
Arby's customers who visited the eatery between Oct. 8, 2016, and Jan. 12, 2017, and who can document having suffered a fraudulent charge or cancellation of their payment card would be eligible for reimbursement, according to the agreed-upon terms of the deal, which won preliminary approval in November 2018. Breach victims would also get free identity theft protection service from Experian for...
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