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Bad Breathalyzers

Breathometer and its CEO Charles Michael Yim agreed Monday to issue refunds and stop claiming that their “Original” and “Breeze” smartphone-connected alcohol breath detectors are accurate, in a settled federal complaint.

SAN FRANCISCO — Breathometer and its CEO Charles Michael Yim agreed Monday to issue refunds and stop claiming that their “Original” and “Breeze” smartphone-connected alcohol breath detectors are accurate, in a settledfederal complaint.

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