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 July 13, 2011  Business, Court, Surveillance

Reuben Kramer reports the latest development in a customer surveillance case involving Aaron’s:

A federal judge denied a preliminary injunction sought by a Wyoming couple who claim Aaron’s, one of the nation’s largest rental chains, spied on customers through spyware on rent-to-own computers.

Crystal and Brian Byrd, on behalf of a proposed class of consumers who rented or bought computers from Atlanta-based Aaron’s, asked that the company be ordered to stop using certain features on the software at issue, PC Rental Agent, while the dispute plays out in court.

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