Parking Tech Co. Says AIG Must Defend It In Privacy Row
By Matthew Santoni (June 19, 2019, 4:38 PM EDT) -- An AIG unit must cover a parking technology supplier's defense in a proposed class action over customer receipts that allegedly revealed too many credit card digits because the company's insurance policy included coverage for privacy and security breaches, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Pennsylvania federal court.
Pittsburgh-based Hub Parking Technology USA Inc. says the alleged revelation of customers' credit card numbers on receipts from the parking facilities at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport triggered the "privacy event" and/or "security failure" coverage in its Illinois National Insurance Co. policy. The insurer should therefore indemnify and defend it in the proposed...
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