Retailers are finding that as their business expands to encompass new stores, food-service options and consumer-specific data base programs, the potential for lawsuits grows as well. think there's cause to be very careful in how one deals with information that at least the public might consider confidential, whether the courts are recognizing any right of privacy or not," said David Rutstein, senior vice president and general counsel for Giant Food. "We've taken a lot of steps here to ...
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