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September 28, 2017

85 Percent of EU Consumers Support Safeguards in Any New Collective Action System

8th Circ. Sets Standing Marker With Data Breach Rulings: The Eighth Circuit has furthered the “fractured standing landscape,” after separate panels issued differing opinions on standing in data breach cases. The panel in a Scottrade breach case found failure to protect data to be sufficient for standing, while a panel overseeing the SuperValu breach case found the future threat of identity theft was not. (Law360)

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