Class action claims Comcast didn’t protect customers’ personal information
A class action lawsuit has been filed against Comcast Cable and Citrix Systems alleging the companies failed to protect customers’ personal information.
Curtis Brown filed the complaint in federal court against Comcast Cable Communications LLC and Citrix Systems Inc. on behalf of himself and all others similarly affected.
Because of a critical vulnerability in Citrix software known as “CitrixBleed,” the complaint claims hackers were able to compromise the personally identifiable information (PII) of nearly 36 million customers. This information includes names, contact details, partial Social Security numbers, dates of birth, and secret questions and answers for password resets, according to the complaint.
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