Casino Rama Would Have to Disclose 2016 Data Breach Investigation Reports, Ontario Court Rules

This site has previously noted the hack and subsequent extortion demands affecting Casino Rama in Ontario, including the dump of some of their data when they did not pay the extortion demand.

Now Daniel Thompson reports:

An Ontario-based casino which has been facing a class-action lawsuit would have to hand over a computer forensics investigation report to the plaintiffs under a court’s ruling.

The Casino Rama, which claimed that the results of the investigation announced in the report in question were confidential, would have to provide plaintiffs with the data. The gambling venue said that the report was protected by litigation privilege or solicitor-client privilege, which is a legal principle set to protect the confidentiality of communications between legal representatives and their clients.

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