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Wednesday, March 14, 2012


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Upromise's installation sequence does not obtain users' permission for this detailed and intrusive tracking. Quite the contrary: Numerous Upromise screens discuss privacy, and they all fail to mention the detailed information Upromise actually transmits


It seems to me that most of the six parts of the proposed settlement agreement are data security methods a company would implement anyway to protect sensitive assets and customer information.

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