RadioShack Buyer Wants Its Customer Data Out Of IP Sale

Law360, Wilmington (May 6, 2015, 9:29 PM EDT) -- The RadioShack creditor affiliate that bought 1,700 of its stores as a going concern at a bankruptcy auction in March said Wednesday that customer data collected during the transition belongs to it and shouldn’t be sold at an intellectual property auction set for next week.

In a limited objection before the Delaware bankruptcy court, General Wireless Inc., a unit of major RadioShack creditor Standard General LP, claims that personally identifiable customer information collected at point-of-sale stations after the deal that kept the iconic retailer alive as a going concern closed has been stored on the debtor’s databases and is proposed to...

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