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Data breach

OAKLAND, Calif. — A federal court in California granted social gaming company Zynga’s request to dismiss a class action alleging it failed to protect users’ private information. The court ruled that data breaches do not always create concrete injuries, especially when stolen information isn’t “so private that a reasonable person would be offended if exposed or so sensitive that it could be enough to commit identity theft.”

Read the order here.

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