By  on April 10, 2014

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission issued a joint antitrust policy statement on Thursday to let businesses know firms will not run afoul of antitrust laws if they share information with one another on cybersecurity threats.

The statement comes on the heels of heightened Congressional scrutiny over the private sector’s data security systems and breach notification standards in the wake of a string of major security breaches, including at Target Corp. and Neiman Marcus Group, that potentially compromised the sensitive financial information of millions of consumers.

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