Chipotle announced Monday it has been hacked.
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Read more:Chipotle and Google are facing legal problems in a case brought by a federal judge over a data breach involving the company’s food ordering system.
The lawsuit alleges the breach of a database in which consumers could access food information was widespread and that Google had a “substantial interest” in the breach.
A U.S. District Court judge ruled that Google could be held liable for the breach on Thursday, but the judge said Google’s interest in preventing it was so great that it was an important factor in determining damages.
Chipotle, which is based in Texas, is the world’s largest Mexican restaurant chain, with more than 400 locations in the U.A.E., Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Colombia.
In July, the U,S.
Food and Drug Administration imposed a fine of $1.9 million against Google and ordered it to pay $1 billion in damages.
Google has appealed the order to the U., but the case has dragged on for months.
The FDA fined Google $1 million in July for a “pattern or practice” of failing to take steps to prevent or prevent a cyberattack.
At the time, Google said it was “working to mitigate the impact of this cyberattack.”
Chipots spokeswoman Andrea Carpini said in a statement the company is working with federal authorities to provide a full and timely response to the court’s ruling.
“Our data security is of paramount importance to us, and we have always taken steps to protect our systems and our customers’ data, Carpinis statement said.
She said the company has no plans to take further action at this time.
Google is also under fire from consumers who say it violated privacy and data protection laws by not taking adequate steps to keep information about a breach.