Vendini Pays $3M To End Customers' Data-Breach Action

By Beth Winegarner (October 3, 2014, 6:31 PM EDT) -- A California judge on Friday gave final approval to Vendini Inc.'s $3 million settlement in a class action accusing the ticket seller of compromising customer information when its servers were breached in 2013, including close to $1 million in attorneys' fees to plaintiffs' counsel.

Santa Clara Superior Court Judge Peter Kirwan noted in his tentative ruling that the plaintiffs, Vendini customers who claim their information may have been at risk, faced an uphill battle given the fact that the ticket seller had adopted industry standard security protocols and had not made any agreements with customers regarding the use of their information....

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