Overview

On December 3, 2018, Quora, the popular question-and-answer social media platform, announced that a malicious third party had gained unauthorized access to the personal information of up to 100 million Quora users. The information that was compromised includes users’ names, email addresses, IP addresses, user IDs, passwords, account settings, personalization data, drafts of content, and votes, as well as data imported from other social networks linked to Quora, including contacts, demographic information, interests and access tokens.

On December 21, 2018, FDAzar filed a nationwide class action lawsuit in the Northern District of California on behalf of a Colorado resident and a New Jersey resident against Quora, alleging privacy and negligence claims, including allegations under the California Invasion of Privacy Act, California’s Unfair Competition Law, California’s Consumers Legal Remedies Act, the Colorado Consumer Protection Act, and the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act.

You may have a claim against Quora if you were a Quora user from December 2014 to December 2018.  Contact FDAzar immediately.

Launched in June 2010, Quora is a question-and-answer social media platform, where questions are asked, answered, edited, and organized by its community of Quora users.

This case involves a data breach affecting more than 100 million people who have used the Quora social network. On December 3, 2018, Quora announced that a malicious third party had gained unauthorized access to the personal information of up to 100 million Quora users.

As part of the sign-up process and as a consequence of interacting with the network, Quora users create, maintain, and update profiles containing significant amounts of personal information.  As disclosed by Quora, the breach at issue allowed for the unauthorized access to Quora users’ names, email addresses, IP addresses, user IDs, passwords, account settings, personalization data, drafts of content, and votes, as well as data imported from other social networks linked to Quora, including contacts, demographic information, interests and access tokens.

Have you created a Quora account? Have you received an email notifying you of the breach, or asking you to reset your password?  If you are a Quora user, your personal and private information may have been compromised. Contact FDAzar Immediately at (855) 637-1268 or email us at QuoraBreach@fdazar.com

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