Judge Dismisses Testing Platform Cyberattack Case Against Pearson

Kirsten Errick reports that a lawsuit against Pearson stemming from a 2018 breach that they were alerted to in 2019 has been tossed for lack of Article III standing:

Judge John Z. Lee of the Northern District issued an opinion on Tuesday granting Pearson’s motion to dismiss regarding the data breach of its AIMSweb testing platform, which allowed hackers to gain access to students’ information; the court granted the motion because the plaintiffs did not establish Article III standing.

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