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Herff Jones Exposure of Customer PII Class Action

Herff Jones sells class rings and rents other items related to graduation, such as caps and gowns. The complaint for this class action alleges that the company had a data breach, claiming that a number of students who rented caps and gowns for their graduations from Herff Jones suffered fraudulent credit and debit card charges  Read more

1-800-Flowers.com Wiretapping of Website Visitors FSCA Class Action

1-800-Flowers.com maintains a website where consumers can order flowers to be sent to people around the country. However, the complaint for this class action alleges that visitors to that website have their moves tracked and recorded, without their knowledge or consent. The complaint brings suit under the Florida Security of Communications Act (FSCA).  Read more

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Home Depot Wiretapping of Website Visitors FSCA Class Action

The complaint for this class action alleges that the Home Depot, Inc. has hired Quantum Metric, Inc. to install marketing analytics software into its website. This session replay software wiretaps visitors, the complaint claims, recording the pages they view, their movements, and their mouse clicks. The complaint brings suit under the Florida Security of Communications  Read more

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ABM Industries Phishing Data Breaches Settlement

ABM Industries Incorporated is paying an unknown amount to settle a class action alleging that it bears responsibility for two phishing incidents that may have led to unauthorized access to employee e-mail accounts in July 2017 and June 2018. The e-mails that may have been accessed contained personal information, such as Social Security numbers, state  Read more

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Drizly Alcohol Delivery Data Breach Settlement

Drizly, LLC and the Drizly Group, Inc. are settling a class action about a data breach they suffered. The two companies operate an online e-commerce platform that involves delivering alcoholic drinks from local retailers. The complaint alleged that Drizly failed to take reasonable security measures to prevent a recent data breach, exposing consumers to fraud  Read more

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Geico Discloses Driver’s License Information Class Action

Data breaches are becoming an all-too-familiar story among companies that store personal identifying information (PII). This class action brings suit against Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO), Geico Casualty Company, Geico Indemnity Company, and Geico General Insurance Company, as well as parent company Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., alleging that the companies failed to safeguard customer PII.  Read more

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FabFitFun Security Incident Settlement

FabFitFun, Inc. is settling a class action alleging that it was negligent in failing to safeguard customer information, which led to a security incident. The complaint alleged that the incident involved unauthorized persons obtaining access to the personal and payment card information of persons who signed up for membership in FabFitFun and the website information  Read more

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Blue by ADT Security Camera Footage Sent to Others Class Action

When consumers engage a security company, they expect to be protected and more secure from outside intrusions. The complaint for this class action alleges that ADT, LLC, doing business as Blue by ADT, instead failed in ways that ended up compromising its customers’ “privacy and protection within the walls of their own homes.”  Read more

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Wichita State University Data Breach Settlement

Wichita State University (WSU) is settling a class action centering on a cyberattack on its systems that took place between December 3 and 5, 2019. The complaint alleged that Wichita State bore responsibility for the incident and that it exposed the personally identifiable information of students and employees, including names, dates of birth, and Social  Read more

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Hamilton Beach Credit Card “Scraping” Data Breach Class Action

Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc. makes home and kitchen appliances that it sells through retail stores and also through its website. This class action concerns data breach it experienced between December 2020 and February 2021, which the complaint alleges occurred because the company did not adequately protect its customers’ personally identifying information (PII).  Read more

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