(Solved) In the fall 0f 2008 Countrywide Mortgage Corporation announced that the private information for thousands of their customers

In the fall 0f 2008 Countrywide Mortgage Corporation announced that the private information for thousands of their customers, including social security numbers and loan numbers, had been compromised. Countrywide offered these customers a free 2 year subscription to a credit protection service.  Should this action shield Countrywide from customer lawsuits? Could Countrywide do more? Should they? Given that it was a Countrywide employee who sold the data, does this change Countrywide’s responsibilities toward the affected customers? Explain why or why not.

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