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Court Rules Drivers Lack Standing to Pursue Claims Against Uber Because Data Breach Did Not Include Drivers’ Social Security Numbers

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California companies housing their drivers’ personal information may feel less exposed to liability in light of the Northern District of California’s holding in Antman v. Uber Technologies, Inc. in May.[1] The trial court in Antman found that Uber was not liable to its drivers after hackers illicitly accessed their personal information through Uber’s computer system.[2] … Continue reading this entry

Companies Outside Retail and Financial Industries May Have Additional Arguments to Challenge Standing in Data Breach Cases

The data breach at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management was one of the most serious and possibly one of the top 10 largest data breaches of the 21st century, compromising background investigation records for some 22 million current and former federal employees.  But a class action lawsuit brought on behalf of those employees was … Continue reading this entry