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Blackbaud, a data and software services company, will be required to delete personal data it doesn’t need as part of a Federal Trade Commission settlement holding the company responsible for poor data practices which allowed a hacker to exfiltrate sensitive information belonging to millions of customers, the agency announced Thursday. The South Carolina-based company’s weak

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