""Given the alleged facts in this case, it wouldn't surprise me at all to see more lawsuits," says Woodrow Hartzog, a law and computer science professor at Northeastern University who studies privacy and data protection issues. "Oftentimes you will have state attorneys general who might even work together if that appears to be the best course of action. They'll probably be using the facts in this case as an example of how not to respond to a data breach."" Read more about Uber 'Surprised' by Totally Unsurprising Pennsylvania Data Breach Lawsuit
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