Wednesday, January 25, 2012 at 5:00 am (Updated: January 25, 5:01 am)
FRANKFORT – Attorney General Jack Conway is joining the attorneys generals from nine other states in seeking information about the recent data breach at Zappos.com, Inc. that affected more than 24 million customers nationwide.
In a letter written by Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen to Zappos.com, the attorneys general ask the online retailer to provide details about the company’s actions in response to the breach and its efforts to protect consumers’ sensitive information.
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