Quicken Loans can’t drop lawsuit over errant email explosion

By Allison Grande (March 23, 2022, 9:29 p.m. EDT) – A South Carolina federal judge will not release Quicken Loans from a putative class action lawsuit claiming it exposed the personal information of hundreds of customers that was mistakenly copied on an e-mail collection, finding that the plaintiff adequately asserted that the mortgage provider failed to protect and unlawfully publicize the private data.

In an order issued Tuesday, U.S. District Judge J. Michelle Childs allowed plaintiff Suzanne Viscuso’s claims of negligence and invasion of privacy for improper broadcast of private matters, while permanently dismissing her claims of breach of privacy. confidentiality and invasion of privacy for unlawful intrusion. in private affairs, in parties…

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