Well, sort of.  Zappos has agreed to pay $106,000 to the attorneys general of Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania to settle their investigation of a 2012 hacking incident affecting the personal data of the online clothing retailer’s customers.  Under the agreement, Zappos must review its information security policies and train its employees in them, ensure adherence to industry data security standards, and obtain a third-party audit of its practices.