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U.S. Federal Trade Commission building in Washington, D.C. Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM U.S. Federal Trade Commission building in Washington, D.C. Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM

Tapplock Inc., a Canadian company that makes a fingerprint-enabled padlock that can connect to smartphones, settled claims with the Federal Trade Commission on Monday that it allegedly made misrepresentations on how secure its locks are and failed to properly secure consumers’ personal information.

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Dan Clark

Dan covers cyber security, legal operations and intellectual property for Corporate Counsel. Follow him on Twitter @Danclarkalm.

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