This Oct 23, 2012 photo provided by Steven Kayser, president of Loops, LLC, shows a package of his Floss Loops, circles of rubbery floss advertised as prison-safe. After 11 inmates at the Westchester County Jail filed a $500 million lawsuit demanding access to dental floss, the prison purchased Floss Loops, which have no hard plastic that are designed to break easily before they can be used as a weapon. (AP Photo/Steven Kayser)

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This Oct 23, 2012 photo provided by Steven Kayser, president of Loops, LLC, shows a package of his Floss Loops, circles of rubbery floss advertised as prison-safe. After 11 inmates at the Westchester County Jail filed a $500 million lawsuit demanding access to dental floss, the prison purchased Floss Loops, which have no hard plastic that are designed to break easily before they can be used as a weapon. (AP Photo/Steven Kayser)
This Oct 23, 2012 photo provided by Steven Kayser, president of Loops, LLC, shows a package of his Floss Loops, circles of rubbery floss advertised as prison-safe. After 11 inmates at the Westchester County Jail filed a $500 million lawsuit demanding access to dental floss, the prison purchased Floss Loops, which have no hard plastic that are designed to break easily before they can be used as a weapon. (AP Photo/Steven Kayser)
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