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Daily Dashboard | FTC Approves Computer Spying Final Order Related reading: Mass. attorney general sues Equifax; other actions may follow

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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has approved nine final orders settling charges against seven companies and a software design firm, including two principles accused of using the software and computers to spy on customers. According to the FTC press release, “the respondents will be prohibited from using monitoring software and banned from using deceptive methods to gather information from consumers.” The settlements will also require the companies to get consent from users prior to using geophysical location tracking and to maintain records for the next 20 years to enable the FTC to assess compliance.
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