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Fla. Courts Require Actual Injury to Demonstrate Standing in Data Breach Cases

Nicole Rekant and Stevan Pardo write: The proliferation of data breach cases in Florida courts has focused on Article III standing. To meet the pleading standard under Article III, a plaintiff must allege sufficient facts to show the injury-in-fact is concrete, particularized, actual, and imminent, not conjectural or hypothetical. An allegation of imminent injury may...

Australian Shipbuilder Hacked, Refuses to Pay Ransom

I thought I posted something on this already, but apparently I didn’t, so if you hadn’t heard already, an Australian shipbuilder who also has contracts with the U.S. Navy was hacked and the hacker made extortion demands that the firm has refused. Jeremy Kirk reports: Australia’s largest defense exporter says it hasn’t responded to...