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Retailer Sues Visa in Attempts to Recover Fines for Data Breach

A retailer suffering a data compromise in 2010 was ultimately responsible for $13.3 million in fines from Visa levied against two acquiring banks that passed the fines on to the retailer. The retailer is now suing Visa stating that at no point where they not in compliance with PCI and that the fines are arbitrary in this first and landmark case of a legal battle challenging a card association and enforcement of the PCI Data Security Standards.

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