Adobe Settles Claims for Massive Data Breach

Jonny Bonner reports:

Adobe is on the hook for $1.1 million in legal fees – and an undisclosed sum to users – amid class allegations that its “shoddy security protocols” led to a massive data breach.

Hackers stole credit card and login data from 38 million people in October 2013 because of Adobe’s lax practices, the class claimed, a fiasco that was 13 times larger than the company initially reported.

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