Two credit card companies have filed class-action lawsuits against convenience store chain Wawa following last year’s data breach that exposed customer payment card information, Law.com reports. Filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania by Inspire Federal Credit Union and Greater Cincinnati Credit Union, the suits claim the company negligently failed to protect the data. Consumer class-action lawsuits are also pending. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation “properly suspended” scooter and electric bicycle permits to Uber subsidiary Jump for violating the city’s data-sharing rules, a hearing officer found.
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