FTC Finalizes Order Against Aaron's Inc. for Spying on Customers

Chain store cannot monitor technology on computers, among other orders.

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Chain store cannot monitor technology on computers, among other orders.

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    Another example of corporations, defined by some as "people"screwing poor people who comprise most of their customers. For years they have gotten away with usurious charges for furniture and computers. Is there no limit to the conduct of corporations in the marketplace while they argue for the need for deregulation?

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