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|FTC charges Myspace with illegally sharing users' personal info|
(From The New York Times) WASHINGTON — Continuing its crackdown on Internet privacy violations, the Federal Trade Commission charged Myspace on Tuesday with violating federal law by breaching its promise not to share users’ personal information, including their Web browsing habits, with advertising companies.
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