Mar 252015
 March 25, 2015  Posted by  Business, Court, Featured News

Dell Cameron reports:

Despite promises to the contrary, American retailer RadioShack is trying to auction off the personal data of million of customers as part of its ongoing bankruptcy.

The attorneys general for both Texas and Tennessee are challenging the sale, citing violations of state law that may prohibit the withering electronics empire from transferring the personal identifying information (PII) of its customers to another entity.

Read more on The Daily Dot.

New York is making threatening sounds, too.

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