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The FTC Has Your Back, Even When It’s Naked: FTC Orders P2P Program’s Default File Sharing Settings Changed

FrostWire LLC (a P2P file-sharing software company) agreed to change the default privacy settings on its mobile and desktop applications and agreed to clearly disclose its applications' content sharing options pursuant to a settlement agreement with the FTC which resulted from claims by the FTC that FrostWire's content sharing practices violated the FTC Act. … Continue Reading
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