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The increasing number of Federal Trade Commission (FTC) enforcement actions in recent years against high-profile companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter for alleged privacy breaches — and the penalties imposed by the FTC, including 20 years of FTC supervision and a record $22.5 million civil penalty against Google — should make companies take a long, hard look at their privacy policies and how they handle their consumers’ personal information.

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