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Texas wants RadioShack to specify what customer information would be for sale

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The dispute between U.S. states and RadioShack over the sale of customer information continues, with the state of Texas requesting a bankruptcy court to ask RadioShack to specify in any motion for sale what information would be included and the number of people likely to be affected.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is concerned that although the personally identifiable information (PII) was not sold in a recently concluded auction, in argument and testimony during the sale hearing, RadioShack “has indicated that PII remains available for sale and will likely be sold in the future, attendant to the sale of trademarks and/or intellectual property,” according to a filing Wednesday.

Paxton, who is leading the action in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware on behalf of several states, had on Tuesday welcomed the decision by RadioShack to table plans to offer for sale the PII of its customers.

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