Online Dating Dilemma: Customer Info at Issue in AG's Filing

, Texas Lawyer


What kind of privacy protections should customers of an online dating service have when that service goes through bankruptcy? A bankruptcy trustee has proposed the sale of's 43 million-member database, and a hearing on Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott's objection to the sale is set for Oct. 25.

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  • Peter E. Ryba

    You can thank the Google founders for making your personal information in the hands of third parties a commodity. Have we come to the day when your personal information regarding your purchases as a consumer or as a business will be traded in the Chicago Pits in the same way Pork Bellies and West Texas intermediate crude oil are

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