PORTLAND, Maine — Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Hannaford Bros. related to its 2008 data breach have asked a judge to reconsider granting the complaint class-action status. U.S. District Court Judge Brock Hornby here last month denied class status to the case, saying the four plaintiffs failed to prove damages on a class-wide basis. SN blog: Lessons From the Bashas’, Sprouts Data Breaches In a motion filed last week, the plaintiffs asked the judge to grant them 60 days ...

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