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Daily Dashboard | Is Key Evidence Against LabMD Actually “Corporate Blackmail”? Related reading: Australia and Chinese Taipei join APEC's Cross-Border Privacy Rules System

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A House committee is asking the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) inspector general to look into a peer-to-peer network-monitoring firm “whose data is key evidence in an FTC complaint filed against LabMD,” Computerworld reports. The FTC’s case against LabMD is based on claims by Tiversa that it found a LabMD spreadsheet containing sensitive data on a public file-sharing network, but the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform disputes the claims and asked the inspector general to look into allegations of “corporate blackmail” against Tiversa, the report states. “The committee has received information from current and former Tiversa employees indicating a lack of truthfulness in testimony Tiversa provided to federal government entities,” the committee’s chairman said.
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