Thousands of supermarket staff should be compensated for the 'upset and distress' caused by their personal details being posted on the internet, the High Court has been told.
Lawyers argue that the case, thought to be the first data leak class action in the UK, has potential implications for every person and business in the country.
Partner David Webster appears in The Times The Brief commenting on the wider implications of the Morrisons data leak.
Thousands of employees sue Morrisons for data leak is available to read on The Times website.
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