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 November 23, 2013  Breaches, Business

Andrew Wyrich reports:

New Jersey reached a settlement with a California app-developer who allegedly collected personal information of its customers – including children – and violated the Children’s Online Privacy Act.

The company, Dokogeo, has agreed to pay $25,000 to the state. However, the payment will be suspended, and vacated after 10 years if it complies with all of the settlement terms, according to a New Jersey Attorney General’s office news release.

Read more on NorthJersey.com

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