For online dating site Plenty of Fish, there was only one fish in the sea: True Beginnings, a company in Plano, Texas, that Plenty hoped to acquire out of bankruptcy.

There was just one problem. The attorney general of Texas said True’s membership data shouldn’t change hands, on the grounds that it would violate the original privacy policy and create other risks for consumers.

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