More than 16,000 victims of a 2018 data breach have joined a case seeking compensation from British Airways. (Photo: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) — British Airways Plc faces the largest privacy class-action lawsuit in U.K. history over its 2018 customer data breach.

More than 16,000 victims have now joined a case seeking compensation from the airline. They could claim 2,000 pounds ($2,724) each, according to PGMBM, the law firm representing the claimants.

 

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