AG Josh Shapiro reaches settlement with Expedia and Orbitz in 2018 data breach

Valeria de Leon reports:

Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced on Friday, he reached a settlement with two online travel reservation companies after they potentially exposed information of thousands of people, including Pennsylvanians.

The settlement follows an investigation led by Deputy Attorney General Timothy R. Murphy, into a data breach in 2018 involving Orbitz and its parent company, Expedia.

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According to AG Shapiro, Expedia and Orbitz will have to pay $110,000 for Orbitz’ misleading customer privacy policy and failing to practice Expedia’s data security policies.

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