Data of 2 million Dutch people leaked, software supplier taken to court

More on a breach noted earlier today that affected 780,000 railway users.  Now reports that a software firm is being taken to court by one of the marketing firms affected  (machine translation):

The personal data of about two million Dutch people have been exposed in recent days due to a data breach. It concerns a leak at some market research agencies that use software from Nebu. One of those agencies has now taken the software supplier to court.

Market researcher Blauw wants to force Nebu to provide more information about the leak through the courts. The hearing is scheduled for next Tuesday.


h/t, Frederik Borgesius

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