Ex-Sony Employees Sue Over Hack, Declare Agency Didn’t Defend Information
A second class-movement lawsuit has been filed in the direction of Sony Footage Leisure by two former employees who say their private information was stolen from the company’s servers and posted on-line. The lawsuit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Courtroom accuses Sony of prepared too prolonged to tell employees that information similar to Social Security numbers, salaries and medical knowledge had been stolen. The go properly with is filed by two former Sony film manufacturing employees, Susan Dukow and Yvonne Yaconelli. Their submitting comes sooner or later after two totally different former Sony employees filed a lawsuit in federal courtroom. Every situations search to represent current and former Sony employees who private information was posted on-line. The Culver Metropolis, California division of Japan’s Sony Corp. has not responded to requests for contact upon the lawsuits.
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