Latest Federal Trade Commission Stories
Consumers equipped with the resources available at SharedSorrows.com are empowered to select ethical and cost-effective funeral service providers thereby avoiding heartache and hassles.
Baby Boomers are perhaps the first generation of Americans to reach their golden years carrying debt, and aggressive debt collectors are increasingly taking advantage of declining health and vulnerabilities
Some 400 injury claims against Skechers related to its original toning shoe products are moving forward, some settlements have been reached and checks disbursed, announced attorney Robert Jenner,
Strict updates to the Federal Trade Commission's 1998 Children's Online Privacy Protection Act went into effect on Monday, offering new privacy protections for children under the age of 13 while giving parents better control over the personal information collected from their children.
As the privacy rights of Americans have come under the spotlight in recent weeks, one federal regulator is pushing for a new initiative that would give consumers the ability to reclaim control of their personal data from brokers, Web sites, and other entities.
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