Latest Federal Trade Commission Stories
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The US Federal Trade Commission announced on Tuesday that it was filing a federal court complaint against AT&T Mobility accusing the company of throttling unlimited data plan customers by up to 90 percent.
Company "Throttles" Many Consumers Who Had Signed Up for Unlimited Data WASHINGTON, Oct.
- Former FTC Attorney Margaret Lassack Named Of Counsel at the Firm - PALO ALTO, Calif., Oct.
AT&T’s wireless business will pay $105 million in penalties and refunds as part of a settlement over charges the telecom company was unlawfully billing wireless customers with millions of dollars in bogus charges.
Refunds Part of Combined $105 Million Settlement with FTC, FCC, and States WASHINGTON, Oct.
The European Commission, acting under the EU Merger Regulations as the central European anti-trust body, has authorized the proposed acquisition of WhatsApp Inc. by Facebook, both US- based operations.
Chargebacks911 executives maintain that Google's recent plight with friendly fraud brings to light the historic imbalance in the chargeback process--consumers are favored while merchants bear the financial
San Francisco-based online customer rating and review website Yelp has agreed to pay the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) the sum of $450,000 for illegally collecting the personal information of youngsters under the age of 13 without proper consent.
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