ChoicePoint can't stay out of trouble with the FTC.
Back in 20006, the FTC brought suit against ChoicePoint, and ChoicePoint settled by agreeing to pay $15,000.
The FTC alleged again in April 2008 that ChoicePoint exposed the social security numbers and other personal information of 13,750 people. This time ChoicePoint agreed to pay $275,000.
Read about ChoicePoint's latest violation: ChoicePoint Breach Exposed 13,750 Consumer Records .
Data security violations can be expensive.
To aviod a similar fate, review the FTC's guidelines in my article: Privacy & Data Security: Follow FTC Guidelines... Or Suffer The Consequences .
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