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FTC vows to keep closer tabs on privacy breaches
The FTC took its first security-related action earlier this year, in a landmark settlement reached with Eli Lilly and Co. in Indianapolis after it released nearly 700 customer addresses collected through its Prozac.com Web site. The release of names, included in an e-mail, was called inadvertent, but the FTC nonetheless faulted the pharmaceutical firm for its security and training practices.
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