No Federal Court Standing for Data Breach Claims Alleging Theft of Non-Sensitive Personal Information

A federal court in California has ruled that the plaintiff in a putative class action alleging theft of non-sensitive personal information arising from a cybersecurity data breach lacks Article III standing to maintain his claims. In Rahman v. Marriott International, Inc., the Plaintiff asserted claims for violation of the California Consumer Privacy Act, negligence, breach […]
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