As we know, with the prevalence of the internet and the automated accumulation of information, there have been numerous instances where the holders of that information allowed a hacker access which resulted in the release of various forms of personal information.
The holder of your information has a legal obligation to safeguard or prevent the public release of your private information.
This can include information regarding your credit card, finances, social security number, email addresses, phone numbers and personal medical records. For obvious reasons, the release of such information can be very damaging to a person’s finances or reputation.
The release of such information is compensable and, in many cases, a successful resolution can include payment for credit monitoring.
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