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Courts: We Hear No Suit Based on Cyber Crime Before its Time

Two recent decisions out of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland illustrate the difficulty that cyber breach victims can have in establishing standing to sue. In both cases, the court dismissed the cyber breach suits for lack

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Posted in Cyber crimes, Cyberattack, Data Breach, Litigation, Privacy

Delaware Court Allows Some Claims To Proceed In Data Breach Subrogation Action

Earlier this month, a Delaware state court dismissed multiple implied-warranty claims in a subrogation lawsuit against cybersecurity company Trustwave Corp., but allowed discovery to proceed on certain claims. The suit involved a data breach at Euronet Worldwide Inc., a credit

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