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No Harm, No Lawsuit: Seventh Circuit Refuses Data Breach Lawsuit Where Credit Monitoring Costs Are the Only “Damages” Sought

Where the only “damages” alleged following a data security breach are the costs of credit monitoring, a plaintiff has no case, so ruled the Seventh Circuit on August 23, 2007. The decision dealt another blow to so-called “identity exposure” plaintiffs seeking to recover damages stemming from the unauthorized disclosure of their personal information, as the Seventh … Continue Reading
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