"...could net statutory damages of up to $750 per violation for the California plaintiffs"
I wonder how that $750 will be divided between plaintiffs and their lawyers. Class actions never seem to yield real compensation (except to the lawyers).
A judge in South Carolina has struck out a number of claims in a consolidated class-action suit alleging cloud CRM provider Blackbaud didn't do enough to prevent a 2020 ransomware attack, but allegations under California's Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will move forward. Blackbaud, a cloud software provider that sells CRM …
I remember running a Raiser's Edge server in the Noughties. Geez, what a piece of work. If memory serves, Blackbaud came out with a new set of patches every Friday to fix the bugs they'd introduced in the previous Friday's set of patches. As soon as we got wind that Blackbaud was offering RE as a hosted-solution, I went straight to the Alumni/Advancement VP and said "yeah, you need to do this, no matter how much it costs." They did, and my Fridays became a little happier.