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For the first time in seventeen years, the Federal government has shut down, subsequently ending all access to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) main site and the Do Not Call List.
On June 17, the Supreme Court ruled that pay-to-delay settlements in Hatch-Waxman cases (FTC v. Actavis, 570 U.S. 756) are subject to antitrust scrutiny.
The FTC handed down its ruling on Trendnet, the company that produced cameras with a serious glitch, ordering it to alert customers of the potential security threats pertaining to its flawed software.
Lexington Law’s latest TweetChat, the second in industry history, saw a notable increase in engagement.
In Gager v. Dell Financial Services, an appellate court ruled that consumers can revoke their consent to receive robocalls on their cell phones.
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