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WebHostingGuy's Journal: Only 15 million dollar fine on 1 Billion Dollars Revenue

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ChoicePoint Inc. will pay the largest civil penalty over data security in the history of the Federal Trade Commission to settle charges that it failed to protect consumers' personal information, the agency announced Thursday when criminals posed as legitimate businesses to access critical personal data. In addition to a $10 million fine, ChoicePoint will also create a $5 million fund to help consumers who became victims of identity theft. For the three months ending Dec. 31, ChoicePoint said it earned $27.68 million on revenues of over one billion dollars in 2005
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