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Smart Tot Rattle - Cause And Effect Sensory Stimulation

Fantastic kids app featured in the top charts worldwide.Animated objects dance over a high contrast black and white background with engaging sounds...


End of gay teen Web site sparks privacy concerns

The bankruptcy of XY.com's founder, who says creditors could obtain a million profiles largely of gay teens, has led the FTC to intervene.

By July 12, 2010


Why are old SpiralFrog users getting spammed?

Records show that the founder used a copy of users' e-mails to help compensate at least one former salesperson, who then sold the list.

By August 11, 2009


39 states object to sale of Toysmart's customer list

A coalition of states led by Massachusetts has filed an objection in federal court to the company's proposed sale of its customer list.

July 21, 2000


Judge OKs destruction of Toysmart list

A federal judge gives the go-ahead for the e-tailer to destroy its highly controversial customer list, according to lawyers and a Disney spokeswoman.

By January 31, 2001


State presses Amazon for privacy response

Consumer protection regulators in Massachusetts are urging Amazon.com to respond to criticisms of its privacy policy.

October 8, 2002


Privacy groups target Amazon again

Two privacy groups are urging state and federal regulators to force the e-tail giant to live up to past privacy promises and allow customers to view and delete their personal records.

October 8, 2002


Drkoop.com sale raises e-mail concerns

Health site members have until Sunday to opt-out of having their e-mail addresses added to the mailing lists of Vitacost.com, an online vitamin discount shop.

By July 1, 2002


Toysmart creditor targets Disney in lawsuit

The former advertising agency for the failed e-tailer files a lawsuit against the entertainment giant, saying it was led to believe that it would be compensated for advertisements placed on Toysmart's behalf last holiday season.

By September 12, 2000


Toysmart suspends auction of customer list

Objections to the sale of confidential customer information drive the bankrupt toy e-tailer to temporarily pull its customer list from auction.

July 27, 2000


FTC says Toysmart violated child Net privacy law

The failed dot-com, majority-owned by Disney, is the first online company charged with violating new federal laws protecting children's privacy online.

By July 21, 2000