Things are going from bad to worse for hotel chain Marriott. After the 383 million account breach, class action lawsuits have been filed.
The political drama continues with the German political hack. After finger-pointing and police raids, a man has stepped forward and confessed to the hack.
In 2014, Neiman Marcus had a data breach of 370,000 payment cards. Now, the luxury retailer will pay $1.5 million in a settlement.
The fallout for the breach of key lawmakers is continuing. Now, reports are surfacing that police have conducted a raid.
A court in Australia has ordered the blocking of multiple fan sub websites. The ruling represents a major win for corporate copyright holders.
Facebook once again is in the news over a lawsuit filed against it for the Cambridge Analyica scandal.
UK ISP TalkTalk suffered a data breach back in 2015. Now, prison sentences are being handed down to two individuals partly responsible for the hack.
The US Supreme Court has ruled that laws protecting net neutrality are legal. Unfortunately, those are the laws that were already scrapped.
Consumers hoping California will protect their interests will have to wait a little longer. They agreed to wait for lawsuit resolutions.
In terms of raw numbers, it is considered the biggest data breach ever. Now, Yahoo! is going to pay $50 million.