Following one of the largest data breaches in history, Target will pay compromised customers a total of $10 million in a proposed class-action settlement. The Target data breach settlement, which still requires federal court approval, will pay out up to $10,000 in damages to data breach victims with burden of proof that the cyberattack affected them negatively. According to the proposal, claims will be submitted and handled mainly through a Target data breach settlement website designated for retrieving affected customer information. Court documents also show that Target will be required to follow stricter data security measures, including the appointment of ... Read More
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