Latest Jon Leibowitz Stories
Offers Framework for Consumers, Businesses, and Policymakers Endorses "Do Not Track" to Facilitate Consumer Choice About Online Tracking WASHINGTON, Dec.
Seeks Public Comment on Changes that Would Update Guides and Make Them Easier to Use WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Federal Trade Commission today proposed revisions to the guidance that it gives marketers to help them avoid making misleading environmental claims.
Provisions are Designed to Foster Competition in the Computer Chip Business WASHINGTON, Aug. 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Federal Trade Commission approved a settlement with Intel Corp. that resolves charges the company illegally stifled competition in the market for computer chips.
Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz told lawmakers on Tuesday that the FTC is considering a do-not-track mechanism that would allow consumers to opt out of all behavioral targeting.
Agreements Cost Consumers Billions of Dollars Each Year, Delay Market Entry of Generic Medicines by an Average of 17 Months WASHINGTON, Jan.
FTC Charges Anticompetitive Tactics Have Stifled Innovation and Harmed Consumers WASHINGTON, Dec.
The US Federal Trade Commission held a conference on Monday to discuss guidelines on how businesses should use the data they collect and store about customers.
Americans will get added protection from unwanted phone calls when a rule takes effect next week banning most robocalls, federal officials announced. Most prerecorded commercial telemarketing calls to consumers will be prohibited beginning Sept.
Commercials targeting U.S. middle-age men with lowered sex drive and melancholy moods may be scientifically unfounded, experts say.
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