Amazon, one of the oldest online shopping site has gained the trust of its millions of users over the past three decades and continues to thrive and prosper. One of the many things that makes Amazon unique is how it revolves around its customers. Always promises to provide the best service.
It makes sure its customers can trust it by allowing honest reviews and whatnot, and it continues to expand its services with the introduction of Amazon Prime, etc. Just like any other online retail company, you can enter your credit card details, your name, and your email and that stays with the company. You are supposed to trust the company to keep it with them.
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A ‘sophisticated’ attack on British Airways’ mobile app and website has exposed the names, email addresses and full credit card details of 380,000 customers.
Of particular concern is the fact that the attackers captured the three-digit CCV security codes on the backs of cards, something that should not normally be possible …
If you have or had a Yahoo account, you likely heard about the string of security breaches that troubled the popular web service provider a few years ago. You also probably felt angry and deceived by the way the company handled the problem. Now, you finally have a chance to make your voice heard. If you had a Yahoo account between 2013 and 2016 and found yourself inconvenienced by a security breach, you can now sue Verizon, Yahoo’s parent company. US District Judge Lucy Koh threw out Verizon’s argument that the victims did not have any standing to sue.
Initially, Yahoo admitted that a billion of their clients’ accounts had been breached. The first breach happened in 2013. The [...]
You just have to think of Yahoo when talking about security data breaches, and that’s because Verizon’s newest subsidiary was the victim of repeated hacks from 2013 to 2016 that exposed the personal data of all its users to attackers.
If you’re one of the US-based victims of these breaches and are seeking some sort of retribution/compensation, you can take your chance against the company knowing that your case will go forward. Judge Judy Koh just ruled that victims can sue Yahoo following the hacks, dismissing Verizon’s request to dismiss these suits.