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You Don't Care About Your Friends' Data, And 4 Other Things We Learned From Privacy Experts

Consumers are often self-centered when it comes to protecting their data.
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Prying eyes: We took a trip to PrivacyCon recently and found out that consumers are often self-centered when it comes to protecting their data and don’t give much thought to making their friends’ info available.

Consolidation nation: Amid AT&T’s recent buying spree in the last two years, the company’s nemeses at Verizon apparently have acquisition envy, and are mulling over a purchase of a cable biggie like Comcast or Charter.

Going without: A new report says repealing the Affordable Care Act would result in millions of additional uninsured Americans and higher rates for those with insurance.

Not helpful: The owner of a recalled Samsung washing machine claims in a new lawsuit that the company purposefully failed to fix his machine in order to induce him to buy another product from the company.

One more thing...: The outgoing Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission made his final argument against his successor — whoever he or she may be — taking a sledgehammer to everything he’s accomplished in three years.

“If you have a drooly baby, moisture will get in the hole and you’ll end up with mold!” — A parent warning other prospective Sophie the Giraffe buyers away from the popular rubber teething toys.

“We aren’t asking them not to serve nuts or restrict people from serving any type of food. All we want them to do is simply to remove the pre-boarding restriction for people with food allergies.” — Non-profit food allergy group regarding its complaint against American Airlines' peanut policy with the Dallas Morning News.
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