It's well described in the summary. There is a vulnerability which allows unauthorized online access to the database. At least one person has taken advantage of that. That's a leak. It doesn't mean it's been leaked to you.
"great and irreparable injury that cannot fully be compensated or measured in money," - the jury won't insult him by offering him money to soothe his feelings.
Blackjack and hookers?
"will I void my car's warranty if I tint my windows" or something like that. A huge number of people think their warranty will be void if they modify their car even the slightest bit.
And you're misleading them, because it depends on the actual warranty terms, and has nothing to do with the MM Warranty Act. A manufacturer can legally say you can't do modifications if you want the warranty to remain in effect. It's perfectly legal for them to say they won't cover an engine failure if you had ever hung fuzzy dice on the mirror, they just have to say so in clear language. And no, they don't have to prove anything, except that you violated the terms.
The whole "the MM Warranty Act says they can't stop you from doing modifications" simply isn't true. All that bullshit is based on this one section:
No warrantor of a consumer product may condition his written or implied warranty of such product on the consumer's using, in connection with such product, any article or service (other than article or service provided without charge under the terms of the warranty) which is identified by brand, trade, or corporate name
So, they can deny warranty coverage if you have put some performance doo-dad on it, as long as that's spelled out in the warranty (note that it prevents them from saying you have to use brand name X, it doesn't prevent them from saying you can't make modifications). And, no, they don't have to prove the modification caused the problem. They can even say you have to use their own replacement parts (if they're provided free under warranty). What they can't do is say you have to use their oil filters, or have the service done by their dealer, unless it is free.
Believe it or not, most car warranties are pretty reasonable, and only deny warranty coverage for failures actually caused by modifications.
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