Ashley Madison Operator Calls Data Breach Plaintiffs’ Discovery Requests Too Broad

Mealey's (August 19, 2016, 1:24 PM EDT) -- ST. LOUIS — Opposing a motion to compel discovery by the plaintiffs in a putative class action over the 2015 hacking of the Ashley Madison website, the site’s operator on Aug. 16 told a Missouri federal court that it already produced everything that falls “within the scope of the ‘limited discovery’ necessary to decide” a pending motion to compel arbitration (In re Ashley Madison Customer Data Security Breach Litigation, No. 4:15-cv-02669, E.D. Mo.).

(Opposition to motion to compel available. Document #97-160825-020B.)

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