We previously reported that UCLA suffered a data breach affecting 4.5 million patients. Days following the announcement of the breach, plaintiffs filed a proposed class action lawsuit against UCLA, alleging that UCLA should have seen the attack coming and that they “knew or should have known of the risks inherent in maintaining their customers’ nonpublic personal and health information.” The suit accuses UCLA and its board of regents of fraud, invasion of privacy, negligence, violation of various California laws and breach of contract.