Within only 48 hours of Uber’s breach disclosure, two separate class-action lawsuits had already been filed against the company in the state of California.

One of the cases which was filed in Los Angeles, Alejanro Flores v. Raiser, alleged that Raiser, Uber’s subsidiary, had been “grossly negligent” and “departed from all reasonable standards of care”

Another lawsuit filed in San Francisco, Danyelle Townsend and Ken Tew v. Uber, stated that Uber should have had the necessary safeguards in place to protect the plaintiff’s personally identifiable information.

Source: ARSTechnica

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