Posted on behalf of Arnold Law Firm on December 16, 2020 in Data Breach. Updated on February 24, 2022
Plaintiff William Riggs of Florida filed a class-action lawsuit accusing Kroto, Inc., d/b/a iCanvas, of exposing his personal data and payment card information, along with thousands of other online customers.
Unauthorized script on the art retailer’s website allegedly captured sensitive customer information as online transactions were made between May 10, 2020, and May 28, 2020.
The plaintiff is represented by M. Anderson Berry and Leslie Guillon of Clayeo C. Arnold, A Professional Law Corp. The case was filed on July 14, 2020, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
William Riggs v. Kroto, Inc., et al. Case No. 3:20-cv-04705 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
If you are a customer of iCanvas who resides in California, placed an order between May 10 and May 28, 2020, and have received a NOTICE OF DATA BREACH, contact the Arnold Law Firm at (916) 777-7777 to discuss your situation and possible legal options.
Regardless of your state of residence, if you received a NOTICE OF DATA BREACH, you will be included automatically in the class unless you opt-out, and no further action will be required by you. Class members have a passive role throughout class action litigation. If the lawsuit is successful, all class members receive equal compensation, which is awarded to all class members, regardless of the degree of harm they suffered.