Apple, AT&T Say RadioShack Can't Sell Customer Data

By Emily Field (May 8, 2015, 6:00 PM EDT) -- Apple Inc. on Thursday joined AT&T Mobility LLC and others objecting to the potential sale of customer data in RadioShack Corp.'s bankruptcy as part of its unwinding, saying that the fallen electronics retailer doesn't have the right to sell Apple customer information.

Apple Inc. told the Delaware bankruptcy court in a limited objection that including Apple customer data can't be included in RadioShack's attempt to sell off certain intellectual property since that data isn't part of the bankruptcy estate. Selling Apple customer data would violate the tech giant's privacy policy and its reseller agreement with Radioshack, Apple said. The company asked the...

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