Breaking down the Marriott data breach

Bloomberg Law privacy reporter Daniel R. Stoller discusses the data breach of Marriott’s Starwood database, and how state attorneys general are looking into the incident. Stoller also breaks down possible congressional action and other fallout for the company.

Marriott said over 500 million guests with passport numbers and credit card information exposed since 2014. Customers of Starwood brands, Westin, Sheraton, The Luxury Collection, Four Points by Sheraton, W Hotels, St. Regis, Le Méridien and Aloft could also have been hit by one of the largest data breaches in U.S. history.

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