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 December 31, 2012  Posted by  Business, Court, Laws

Wendy Davis reports:

The Internet service provider Embarq has prevailed in a long-running lawsuit accusing it of violating wiretap laws by partnering with the controversial behavioral-targeting company NebuAd.

“Although NebuAd acquired various information about Embarq users during the course of the technology test, Embarq cannot be liable as an aider and abettor,” the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals wrote in a decision issued on Friday.

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