Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has objected to the pending sale of an online dating service’s membership list, saying customers of bankrupt True.com should determine whether their “highly sensitive” personal information is transferred to another company.
Abbott, who is running for governor, filed a motion asking a federal bankruptcy judge overseeing the sale of True.com’s assets to require that customers be informed of the purchase. The motion also asks that customers be given an opportunity to approve or deny the transfer of information, as required by their service agreement with the Plano-based company.
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