Latest Federal Trade Commission Stories
RF Safe issues a consumer alert on cell phone radiation protection scams; suggesting the FTC needs to reexamine companies making false advertising claims about cell phone radiation protection.
Online businesses directed towards children under 13 years of age now have access to a new and better technology for verifying parental consent and complying with the Children's Online Privacy Protection
Most New Year's resolutions include wanting to become healthier, or to lose weight. There are literally thousands of products out there claiming that they can help a person achieve those goals. Not all of them tell the truth, nor do they have ethical practices when advertising.
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The Federal Trade Commission has reached a settlement with app developer Goldenshores Technologies, LLC on charges that its Brightest Flashlight Free app improperly collects and shares device and location data with third parties such as ad networks.
On Monday the Federal Trade Commission signed off on Microsoft Corp.’s proposed acquisition of Nokia’s mobile devices and services business. This transition was given the nod following approval by the United States Department of Justice.
The Federal Trade Commission has filed a lawsuit in Arizona federal court against the marketer of HCG Platinum weight-loss products, alleging that the company makes false claims in its advertising,
Rent-to-own franchise Aaron's Inc agreed to a settlement with the FTC following a scandal where it spied on customers with webcams.
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