SAN DIEGO -- Players in the on-line grocery business, and even those considering joining the game, need to pay close attention to the national debate raging about Internet privacy, said Charles Harwood, director of the Federal Trade Commission's Northwest Region, Seattle, during the iGrocer conference here last month. The privacy rules and laws that apply to other types of retailers, such as Amazon.com, apply equally to on-line grocers, he said. Because they collect even more sensitive ...

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