A B.C. court has ordered ICBC to pay $15,000 in damages to each of nearly 80 people whose personal information was accessed by a former employee and sold to a criminal group more than a decade ago.

The award concluded a long-running class-action lawsuit related to the so-called Justice Institute attacks, in which people associated with the school that does police and security training were targeted with firebombings and shootings in 2011 and 2012.

from Global News – https://trl.ca/33j

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