VTech Data Breach
Did you buy a VTech product and give personal info to VTech? You or your child’s data may have been hacked. Fill out the form to contact our legal team and find out your rights »
Hagens Berman is investigating VTech Holdings Ltd., maker of learning toys for children, for a massive data hack that has likely compromised the personal information of millions of children and adults nationwide.
In late November, VTech disclosed that an “unauthorized party” hacked into its database and stole information, including the names and birth dates of 6.4 million children and 4.9 million adults, as well as head shots and chat messages. Hagens Berman believes VTech could have – and should have – done more to protect consumers.
According to cybersecurity experts, VTech’s database was weakly protected and contained encryption flaws, making consumers vulnerable to data hacks and loss of personal information.
If you purchased a VTech product and provided any personal information to VTech, starting at any point, up through Nov. 29, 2015, contact our legal team to learn about your rights against VTech.
Hagens Berman’s legal team specializes in consumer rights cases, and specifically instances of data breaches and cybersecurity hacks. We have been involved in many major data breach cases, including investigations against Target, Neiman Marcus and Anthem.
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