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Reilly v. Ceridian Corporation
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
664 F.3d 38 (2011)
Ceridian Corporation (defendant) provided payroll-processing services to the employer of Kathy Reilly (plaintiff). As part of that role, Ceridian necessarily maintained Reilly’s and other employees’ personal information. Ceridian suffered a security breach due to a hacker. Ceridian informed those individuals potentially affected by the breach, including Reilly, of the breach. Ceridian also offered those affected one year of free credit monitoring. Reilly sued Ceridian for its role in the breach. Ceridian filed a motion to dismiss for lack of standing. The United States District Court for the District of New Jersey granted the motion. Reilly appealed.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Aldisert, J.)
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