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FTC Fines ChoicePoint Over Data Breach

The Federal Trade Commission said Thursday that data warehouser ChoicePoint Inc. will pay $15 million to settle charges that its security and record-handling procedures violated consumers' privacy rights and federal laws. Read More

By Stacey Garfinkle |  January 26, 2006; 11:50 AM ET Consumer News
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I have gone to Al-Jazeera.com and it doesn't exist. Finding Al-Jazeera.net, I searched the data base but could find no record of the "Bin Laden tapes: fact or fiction?"

Perhaps these references were mistaken somehow? Perhaps the article had a different, but similar title? I have written Al-Jazeera.net and asked about such a piece. If indeed there is that much evidence that Bush is doing such a thing and it's ever found out - he'll be villified forever and justly so. But if the tapes are legitimate it will be seen as a very underhanded attempt to be unfair and libelous.

Posted by: Rod Stoick | February 24, 2006 5:13 AM

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