U.S. Regulator Clamps Down on Alcohol Delivery Service Drizly After Data Breach

Posted October 28 2022 Alcohol Delivery, Alcohol Delivery Apps, Alcohol Harm, Availability, BigAlcoholExposed, Drizly, Evidence, News, On-Demand Alcohol Delivery, Uber

The FTC seeks to clamp down on alcohol delivery service Drizly and its CEO after data breach.
Alcohol delivery app Drizly has agreed to tighten its data security and limit data collection from its customers to resolve federal regulators’ allegations that its security failures exposed the personal information of some 2.5 million customers.
The case sheds light on the extensive data collection practices and the insufficient protection measures Drizly and Uber have taken so far to protect the data of their customers seeking to buy alcohol online.

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