California Pizza Kitchen Data Breach
Over 103,000 Current And Former Employees Affected
Popular restaraunt chain California Pizza Kitchen has recently disclosed that an unauthorized party obtained personal information of more than 103,000 current and former employees. The personal information for affected employees includes names, social security numbers, and other identifying information that could be used to aid identity theft. California Pizza Kitchen became aware of the data breach in September of this year, and recently sent data breach notification letters out to affected Californians.
Under the California Consumer Privacy Act, any business of this size that has been a victim of a data breach must notify effected consumers “most expedient time possible and without unreasonable delay.” California Pizza Kitchen has begun sending the below data breach letter out to affected customers:
Under the California Consumer Privacy Act, any business of this size that has been a victim of a data breach must notify affected consumers within the “most expedient time possible and without unreasonable delay”. California Pizza Kitchen has begun sending the below letter to impacted employees:
If You Have Received This Letter, You Could Be Eligible For Up To $750 In Compensation
If you have received the above breach notification letter from California Pizza Kitchen informing you that your information was compromised as part of this breach, please contact your Kazerouni Law Group attorney or reply to this email.
You could be eligible for financial compensation under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) or other consumer protection statutes. California Pizza Kitchen had a duty to safeguard your financial information, and clearly failed to do so.
For more information about your rights under the CCPA, visit our data breach information center here.