Developer's Software Update Cost Co. In FACTA Action: Suit
Law360, New York (May 15, 2014, 9:16 PM EDT) -- A point-of-sale technology company filed suit Tuesday in Washington federal court against software developer Auto-Star Compusystems Inc., alleging the illegal printing of credit card information on receipts following an Auto-Star software update cost the company in a Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act class action settlement.
Retail Management Solutions Inc., which sells and manages point-of-sale systems for retail and outpatient pharmacies, claimed that it had licensed software from Auto-Star that it later installed and managed for health care company Park Nicollet Health Services. The software underwent an update in 2011 that caused the company to print the expiration date of credit...
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