Ill. laptop company accused of spying on customers
CHICAGO — Illinois' attorney general and the Federal Trade Commission have agreed on a settlement with an Illinois company accused of using computer software to spy on customers who rented laptops.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan's office says Lake Bluff-based Watershed Development Corporation agreed to stop the practice.
Madigan's office says the software allowed the company to remotely lock a computer, record keystrokes and screenshots containing personal information and track users' locations.
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