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FTC Files Suit against AT&T for Throttling Data

FTC Files Suit against AT&T for Throttling Data Summary: After millions of customers complained, the Federal Trade Commission has filed a lawsuit against AT&T for slowing down the data speeds of those with unlimited data plans. On Tuesday, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it was filing a lawsuit…>read more

No Comment October 30, 2014

Former FTC Attorney Thomas Lang Joins Haynes and Boone

Former FTC Attorney Thomas Lang Joins Haynes and Boone Summary: Former Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Senior Litigation Counsel Thomas Lang has joined Haynes and Boone, LLP as a partner in the firm’s Antitrust and Competition Practice Group. He joins the Washington D.C. office of the firm. Haynes and Boone…>read more

No Comment September 25, 2014

Privacy Watchdog Sues Facebook for Secret Experiment

Privacy Watchdog Sues Facebook for Secret Experiment 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 more

No Comment July 4, 2014

FTC Takes on T-Mobile for Cheating Customers

FTC Takes on T-Mobile for Cheating Customers 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 more

No Comment July 2, 2014

Apple Inc. Fined by Taiwan’s FTC Over iPhone Pricing

Apple Inc. Fined by Taiwan’s FTC Over iPhone Pricing Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission (FTC) has fined Apple Inc. over its attempts to sell the iPhone at a premium price in Taiwan. Taiwan’s FTC said on Wednesday that it has imposed a fine of $670,000 on Apple for interfering with…>read more

No Comment December 26, 2013

F.T.C. Probes Facebook’s Privacy Change

F.T.C. Probes Facebook’s Privacy Change Facebook again has gotten into hot water. The social media network’s new privacy policy is being probed by the F.T.C. On Wednesday the Federal Trade Commission began inquiring into Facebook’s new privacy policies. The social media company is suspected of…>read more

No Comment September 12, 2013

Social Media Company “Path” Settling Privacy Charges for $800,000

Social Media Company “Path” Settling Privacy Charges for $800,000 On Friday, the Federal Trade Commission announced that social networking company Path has agreed to settle charges over improper collection of information on children. According to the agreement reached with federal regulators, Path will pay $800,000 to settle the privacy…>read more

No Comment February 4, 2013

Google Investigation from FTC Concludes Without Punishment

Google Investigation from FTC Concludes Without Punishment 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 more

1 Comment January 4, 2013

Google Promising to Play Good and End FTC Probe

Google Promising to Play Good and End FTC Probe On Monday, media sources reported that Google is preparing a letter intended to offer voluntary concessions and attempt to end a 20-month long FTC antitrust probe that is becoming uncomfortable for the Internet giant. Even though, the FTC has not…>read more

No Comment December 17, 2012

FTC Enters the Field in Support of Apple

FTC Enters the Field in Support of Apple On Wednesday, the FTC entered the patent battlefield in support of Apple and said that Google unit Motorola Mobility does not have the right to ask a court to stop the sale of Apple iPhones and iPads, which are allegedly…>read more

No Comment December 6, 2012

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