Yahoo Hit With Another User Class Action Over Data Breach
Law360, New York (February 8, 2017, 2:52 PM EST) -- Yahoo Inc. has been slapped with yet another proposed class action over two massive data breaches announced in late 2016 affecting more than one billion users, this time by a New Jersey couple who claim Yahoo’s negligence has led to their information being used fraudulently by criminals.
Matthew and Deana Ridolfo launched their suit in California federal court Tuesday claiming that, since they became users in 2000 and turned over substantial personal information in the process, Yahoo has continuously represented that it had their privacy and security interests at heart. But wasn’t actually the case, the couple said, because hackers were...
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