By The Associated Press, 12/5/2000 NEW YORK - Two privacy groups, unhappy about Amazon.com's new policies on revealing customer buying habits, are asking federal regulators to prevent the online retailer from making any disclosures unless shoppers permit them. Junkbusters Corp. and the Electronic Privacy Information Center made the appeal to the Federal Trade Commission, which has intervened in the past when other online retailers changed privacy policies and sought to sell customer data. See http://digitalmass.boston.com/news/daily/12/05/amazon_privacy.html
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