Class Action Filed Against Parking App Over Data Breach Impacting Millions of Users | Daily Report –


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"The [personally identifiable information] obtained from ParkMobile has already been listed for sale on a Russian crime forum for $125,000," said plaintiff attorney MaryBeth Gibson of the Finley Firm in Atlanta.

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A Pennsylvania plaintiff is leading a putative class action in Georgia federal court over a cyberhack of a company that does business in Florida, Texas, New York, New Jersey and other states.

Months after a data breach left its users’ personal information compromised, a class action lawsuit against mobile parking company ParkMobile has shifted into drive.

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