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From: Jamie C. Pole (jpolejcpa.com)
Date: Wed Mar 19 2008 - 19:40:52 CDT
Let's also consider the possibility the Hannaford WAS using the tool
correctly, and that it just didn't work as advertised.
As far as the law firm being on the ball, trust me, they are. I know this
firm well, and they will absolutely include Rapid7 in their discovery
process. If I was senior management at Rapid7, I would NOT be sleeping well
The kiss of death in this case is going to be the fact that there have been
around 1800 reported cases of fraud stemming from the incident. This was
not an accident.
From: dataloss-bouncesattrition.org [mailto:dataloss-bouncesattrition.org]
On Behalf Of Mike Simon
Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2008 6:47 PM
To: lyger; dataloss-bouncesattrition.org; datalossattrition.org
Subject: Re: [Dataloss] Consumers of Hannaford Brothers Co. Supermarkets
FileClass Action Suit
This could not be a better example of why companies hesitate to disclose
details. If this lawfirm is on the ball. They will get access to the
exchange with Rapid7 which, according to the press release changes,
indicates potential additional negligence in that the had a tool that may
have prevented this problem and failed to use it properly. Not a helpful
disclosure for Hannaford with respect to the class action.
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