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Home Depot Prevails in Shareholder Derivative Lawsuit Over 2014 Data Breach

Recently, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia dismissed a shareholder derivative lawsuit against Home Depot Inc. (“Home Depot”) arising over claims that Home Depot’s directors and officers (the “Defendants”) acted in bad faith and violated their duties of care and loyalty by disregarding their oversight duties in connection with a 2014 … Continue Reading

FTC Finalizes Settlements Relating to P2P Privacy Violations

On October 26, 2012, the Federal Trade Commission finalized its settlement agreements with two businesses that allegedly exposed thousands of customers’ sensitive personal information by allowing peer-to-peer file-sharing software to be installed on their company computer systems.… Continue Reading

FTC Announces Settlements Relating to P2P Data Breaches

On June 7, 2012, the Federal Trade Commission announced settlement agreements with two businesses for allegedly compromising the security of consumer personal information by allowing peer-to-peer file-sharing software to be installed on company computers. One of the companies also was charged with violations of the GLB Safeguards Rule and Privacy Rule.… Continue Reading
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