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Rite Aid Data Breach Exposes Unencrypted Patient Information California Complaint

November 1, 2021

Companies have a responsibility to protect the private information that customers entrust to them. But Rite Aid Corporation also has the additional responsibility to keep private customers’ private medical information, says the complaint for this class action. The complaint brings suit under California’s Confidentiality of Medical Information Act (CMIA), alleging Rite Aid failed to take adequate measures to protect the customers’ private information and prevent a data breach.

Case Event File: Rite Aid Data Breach Exposes Unencrypted Patient Information California Complaint

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