BA planning £3bn data breach settlement

06/01/2021 | Infosecurity Magazine

The UK's flag-carrier airline, British Airways, plans to initiate settlement discussions with over 500,000 customers who were affected by two data breaches in 2018.  BA has put aside a total compensation payout of up to £3bn.  

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