Target Customer Files Privacy Class Action Lawsuit Complaint Against Target Over Data Theft Security Breach.
Target Corporation (“Target” or “Defendant”) has reportedly been named as a defendant in a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California (styled Jennifer Kirk v. Target Corporation, Case No. CV 13-5885) alleging, among other things, that Target shoppers who used their credit and debit cards at Target stores may have been subject of a data breach that may have included customers names, credit card numbers, card expiration dates and CVV codes, according to the Target Data Theft Security Breach & Privacy class action lawsuit complaint.
The proposed Target Data Theft Security Breach & Privacy class action lawsuit is reportedly brought on behalf of the following putative class members:
“All persons who used credit or debit cards at Target Corporation stores in California and whose personal and/or financial information was breached during the period from on or about November 27 to on or about December 15, 2013.”
The Target Data Theft Security Breach & Privacy class action lawsuit complaint reportedly asserts legal claims for alleged violations of California’s Unfair Competition Law, Cal. Civ. Code section 1798.80 et seq., invasion of privacy, negligence, bailment and conversion.
The Plaintiffs and the putative class in the Target Data Theft Security Breach & Privacy class action law suit reportedly seek, among other things, actual damages, compensatory damages, statutory damages, punitive damages, costs of suit and attorneys’ fees an equitable relief to require restitution and disgorgement.
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