Judge grants class action suit in Target breach

A U.S. judge has certified a class action lawsuit against Target for its massive 2013 data breach. Ruled in a Minnesota court, the judge said the banks could work together to pursue claims over the breach, which compromised at least 40 million credit cards. A target spokesperson called the decision "disappointing" and said the retailer would review next steps. Target will most likely settle with the banks due to the ruling. Story

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