District Court Finds Allegations That Data Breach Exposed Publicly Available and Non-Sensitive Personal Information Sufficient for Article III Standing

July 1, 2019

Potentially signaling an expansion of the scope of constitutional standing in data breach cases, a district court in the Northern District of California recently held that the exposure of users’ non-sensitive, publicly available personal information may be sufficient to establish an injury-in-fact.

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