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(Bloomberg) — A federal judge said he doubted Target Corp.’s argument its customers weren’t harmed after hackers stole charge-card data belonging to millions of people during last year’s holiday shopping season.

“You have people here who were honest to goodness hurt, who were injured,” U.S. District Judge Paul Magnuson told the company’s lawyer, Harold McElhinny, at a hearing today in St. Paul, Minnesota. “Now, whether that’s Target’s fault is for another day.”

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