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WSJ - Oct 23 - POF has pulled the plug on its offer to buy True.com for $700K after Texas’s attorney general warned that the sale would expose millions of singles to privacy risks.
by Jacob GershmanSee full article at WSJ
This post also appears on OnlinePersonalsWatch.
10/24/2013 | Permalink
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