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Daily Dashboard | Appeals Court: Neiman Marcus Suit Can Proceed Related reading: A guide to operationalizing privacy by design

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In a reverse of a previous ruling, the U.S. Court of Appeals in Chicago found that victims of the 2013 Neiman Marcus LLC data breach will be able to sue the corporation, Bloomberg Business reports. Unlike U.S. District Judge James B. Zagel’s initial ruling, the court found victims could indeed measure “concrete injuries” and therefore had grounds for a suit, believing that “unreimbursed payments weren’t the only possible harm” and “citing the cost of credit monitoring and the hackers’ ability to use the fraudulent data for years,” the report states. “Presumably, the purpose of the hack is, sooner or later, to make fraudulent charges or assume those consumers’ identities,” the court said.
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