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+ - Android peer-to-peer developer settles privacy fla->

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coondoggie writes "In an agreement announced today with the Federal Trade Commission, peer-to-peer file-sharing developer Frostwire can no longer use default settings that share consumers' files, provide a free upgrade its software to correct unintended sharing and bars the firm from misrepresenting what files its applications will share."
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