Yahoo Privacy Breach Class Action
HIGGERTY LAW IS CURRENTLY ENGAGING CLIENTS IN RELATION TO A CLASS ACTION AGAINST YAHOO! INC. FOR THE PRIVACY BREACHES THE CLASS ACTION WAS FILED ON BEHALF OF THE INDIVIDUALS WHOSE PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION WAS COMPROMISED.
On September 22, 2016, Yahoo announced that the account information of 500 million users had been stolen in a hack in late 2014. On December 14, 2016, Yahoo announced that the account information of over one billion users had been stolen in a separate hack in August 2013. On December 14, 2016, Yahoo reported that an unspecified number of user accounts were accessed throughout 2015 and 2016 in a third, separate cyberattack involving tampered cookies.
The Claim alleges various acts and omissions by YAHOO! INC. and its employee which resulted in the privacy breach and for which they are liable to the affected users for damages, and seeks financial compensation in the amount of $100,000,000.00 for Canadian customers affected by Yahoo, Inc.’s data breach, including for an intrusion on their privacy, an increased risk of identity theft, financial fraud, financial losses and psychological injury.
All Canadians who were Yahoo customers during or before 2015 could be eligible for compensation. Complete the form below and a representative from Higgerty Law will contact you with further information.
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