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Data Breach

A federal court in Ohio certified a class of all banks, credit unions and financial institutions in the U.S. that had to reissue credit cards or reimburse their customers because of a 2017 data breach in which hackers stole customer credit card data from more than 760 Sonic fast-food restaurants.

CLEVELAND — A federal court in Ohio certified a class of all banks, credit unions and financial institutions in the U.S. that had to reissue credit cards or reimburse their customers because of a 2017 data breach in which hackers stole customer credit card data from more than 760 Sonic fast-food restaurants.

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