Plaintiff in LinkedIn lawsuit says harm is irrelevant and the issue is deception
MainJustice has an update to the LinkedIn lawsuit concerning their massive hack last year. As expected, LinkedIn moved to dismiss on the grounds that the plaintiff hasn’t suffered any harm and hasn’t proved they used outdated security, but the plaintiff responds that harm is irrelevant – she wouldn’t have purchased a premium account if it hadn’t been for their representations of “industry standard” security. MainJustice has also uploaded a copy of the court filing.
Redmond Lawyer - August 27, 2013
I get emails from Linkedin everyday, and I’m not sure if they’re from them or just masquerading as such. I usually just delete them!