Millions Have Filed for an Equifax Payment. Will You Get Your $125?
The FTC’s Remarkable $5 Billion Fine for Facebook
Facebook’s $5 Billion Fine Is Historic. It May Also Be a Slap on the Wrist.
Facebook Expects Government Fine for Data Breaches to Be 100 Times Larger Than Previous High for a Tech Company
The Government Shutdown Is Going to Continue to Get Worse
The FTC Has Been Too Busy With Ice Skating Instructors and Organists to Police Facebook
Trump’s FTC Pick Doesn’t Appear to Share Trump’s Desire to Crack Down on Amazon Out of Spite
Why It’s So Hard to Bust Herbalife for Being an Alleged Pyramid Scheme
Can a Product Have Swiss Parts and Still Be “Made in the USA”?
AT&T May Owe $100 Million for Selling Unlimited Data Plans That Weren’t Actually Unlimited
FTC Fines Kickstarter Campaign Creator Who “Used Most of the Funds on Himself”
Congressional Republicans Are Risking the Internet Economy
Secret FTC Report Says Google Promoted Its Services Above Others in Search Results
The Internet of Things Is Getting a Rule Book
Phony Tech Support Companies Swindled Customers Out of $120 Million, Says FTC
FTC to AT&T: If You Promise Customers Unlimited Data, You’d Better Give It to Them.
AT&T Ordered to Repay Customers for $80 Million of Bogus Phone Charges
Pretty Much Everyone Agrees That Bogus Charges on Your Cellphone Bill Need to Stop
FTC Alleges That T-Mobile Made Hundreds of Millions in Phony Charges
The FTC Is Trying to Convince You That Your Personal Data Is Safe in the Marketplace