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New York threatens action if RadioShack sells customer data

New York’s attorney general said his office will take “appropriate action” if personal data on millions of RadioShack customers is handed over as part of a just-concluded bankruptcy sale.

The names and physical addresses of 65 million customers and email addresses of 13 million customers were among the assets listed as part of the sale, which concluded this week but has yet to be approved by a bankruptcy court.

RadioShack’s March 2015 privacy policy promised: “We will not sell or rent your personally identifiable information to anyone at any time.”

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