Ashley Madison Users Blast Objector To $11.2M Breach Deal
Law360, New York (October 23, 2017, 9:11 PM EDT) -- Ashley Madison users suing the online dating website over a 2015 data breach urged a Missouri federal judge Friday to grant final approval to an $11.2 million deal to end the dispute, arguing that the sole objector had "highly individualized" demands that could not be addressed in a class settlement.
The proposed settlement, which U.S. District Judge John A. Ross preliminarily approved in July, would resolve multidistrict litigation that followed the adultery hub’s widespread leak of personal and financial information of around 37 million users in summer 2015. The plaintiffs and Ruby Life Inc., the parent company of Ashley Madison formerly...
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