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What's interesting - Issue #59





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What's interesting - Issue #59
By Jay Holtslander • Issue #59 • View online

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A retired TransLink worker is suing his former employer following a ransomware attack announced in December.
The class-action lawsuit, which has not yet been certified, alleges valuable personal information including banking data belonging to employees and “other stakeholders” was lost, stolen or compromised in the breach.
The retiree’s lawsuit says TransLink “recklessly” failed to uphold its obligations under privacy laws to protect personal information with reasonable security measures.
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