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Privacy Online e-tailer Amazon.com [NASDAQ: AMAZ] Thursday issued a new privacy policy, saying the revised document was needed to clarify customers' rights following recent partnerships made with companies such as Toys-R-Us and Internet auto dealer Greenlight.com.. . . Online e-tailer Amazon.com [NASDAQ: AMAZ] Thursday issued a new privacy policy, saying the revised document was needed to clarify customers' rights following recent partnerships made with companies such as Toys-R-Us and Internet auto dealer Greenlight.com.

"Privacy is an issue that's very important to our customers, and we wanted to be as clear as we can be in our own privacy policy," said Amazon.com spokesperson Patty Smith. "We want our customers to be aware that there is certain information that we'll share with our partners if they decide to make a purchase on our site."

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