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February 23, 2008

Do Utilities Safeguard Your Information?

Another story on privacy or lack of it in customer relations databases maintained by public utilities.  One report suggests that this is one of those areas where utility employees may be dipping into to customer information without a business reason.  Your personal data can be someone else's entertainment, it seems.  With few rules in place on the matter, this is more of a public relations problem than a legal problem, at least until someone gets impacted and angry about this kind of conduct.

SFGate, home of the San Francisco Chronicle, has the story.

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