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Summary: Four charities that allegedly donated all of its proceeds to helping cancer patients actually kept nearly all of the money raised for its owners’ lavish lifestyles. To the horror and disappointment of many, CNN reports that four cancer charities…>read moreNo Comment May 20, 2015
Summary: A new ruling by the FTC aims to better protect consumers from revenge porn tactics. Many men and women have suffered humiliation after their exes have used their private images or videos to seek revenge after going through a…>read moreNo Comment February 4, 2015
A formal complaint was filed with the Federal Trade Commission by a privacy watchdog group claiming Facebook broke the law when it performed a study on emotions of users without their consent, according to a report from USA Today. The…>read moreNo Comment July 4, 2014
While the Federal Trade Commission has brought a fair share of suits against phone companies who cheat their customers, their latest suit against T-Mobile will be their the largest “cramming” case laid out by federal authorities. “Cramming” is a deceptive…>read moreNo Comment July 2, 2014
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is investigating Herbalife Ltd., according to a report by Bloomberg News, to answer the question at the heart of Bill Ackman’s $1 billion bet against the company: Do people buy its products for their own…>read moreNo Comment May 6, 2014
Though it may come as no surprise that a specific type of shoes will not, in fact, lead to weight loss, consumers who were led to believe otherwise just won a victory. A federal judge approved a $40 million class…>read moreNo Comment May 14, 2013
A 20-month antitrust probe has come to an end by Google so it can avoid a possible legal battle with regulators in the United States. Google promised it would change some of its business practices and settled allegations that it…>read more1 Comment January 4, 2013
A segment of Warner Music Group Corp. could be fined $1 million by the Federal Trade Commission for violating a law for child privacy when operating fan websites for musicians such as Demi Lovato, Justin Bieber, Rihanna and Selena Gomez.…>read moreNo Comment October 5, 2012
In a report released Monday entitled “Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change,” the Federal Trade Commission is calling on Congress to set legislation to grant citizens access to how online companies are profiling them. Online giants such…>read moreNo Comment March 27, 2012
In recent days, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP announced that nationally recognized advertising attorney Edward F. Glynn, Jr. joined the firm’s Washington, D.C. office as a partner in its Advertising, Marketing & Media Division. Glynn joins from Venable LLP, where…>read moreNo Comment November 17, 2011
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