Conn., Md. AGs Grill LivingSocial Over Massive Data Breach

Law360, New York (May 3, 2013, 3:08 PM EDT) -- The Connecticut and Maryland attorneys general on Thursday pushed LivingSocial Inc. to divulge more specifics about a recent breach that exposed the personal information of its 50 million users, saying they needed the details to assess the adequacy of the site's privacy safeguards.

In a letter to LivingSocial counsel Edward R. McNicholas of Sidley Austin LLP, Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen and Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler asked the daily deals site to provide answers to 15 questions about the scope of the data breach as...
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