Global password manager LastPass was hit with a proposed class action lawsuit yesterday over a months-long data breach that affected potentially millions of users.
There’s some good news for people whose information was compromised in the massive T-Mobile data breach that occurred last August: a class action settlement has been announced.
Bumble is in the crosshairs of a proposed class action that alleges the dating app has played a little too fast and loose with users’ personal, biometric and behavioral information.
Robinhood Markets, Inc. faces a proposed class action lawsuit in New York over its alleged failure to safeguard reams of confidential information belonging to millions of current and former users of the online stock trading platform.
McDonald’s has been hit with a proposed class action filed by three delivery customers who claim the fast food giant failed to protect their personal information from unauthorized access.
T-Mobile US, Inc. was hit with a proposed class action on Thursday over a data breach announced just days earlier that reportedly affected over 100 million customers.
ParkMobile, LLC has been hit with a proposed class action after announcing in March 2021 that it had been the subject of a “cybersecurity incident.”
Did you receive an email from “email@example.com” with the subject line “Notice of Class Action Settlement re Google Plus - Your Rights May Be Affected?” If so, you may be eligible for a piece of the $7.5 million Google+ data breach settlement.
It’s safe to say that many consumers and legal experts—along with the nearly 400 individuals who submitted formal objections—are not fans of the unprecedented and now-final $425 million settlement over the Equifax data breach.
A former Wawa store manager alleges in a proposed class action that he was inappropriately fired in a “sheepish” effort by the convenience store and gas station chain to show it has finally begun to take the security of customers’ information seriously.