The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a lawsuit against “D-Link Corporation and its U.S. subsidiary, alleging that inadequate security measures taken by the company left its wireless routers and Internet cameras vulnerable to hackers and put U.S. consumers’ privacy at risk.”
On December 20, 2016, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that Turn Inc. agreed to settle charges that it misled consumers about its online tracking activities…
Earlier this month, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) issued a decision against California Naturel, Inc. related to its advertising of “all natural” sunscreen on both its website and the product packaging itself.
The Federal Trade Commission announced this week that it has settled with DeVry (DeVry) for $100 million over allegations that it misled prospective students with ads that promised higher employment success and income upon graduation.
Tum, Inc. (Tum), a California based company that enables sellers to target digital advertisements to consumers via a website or mobile app, settled allegations by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that it deceived consumers by tracking them online and through their mobile app even after consumers opted out of such tracking.
Patriotism is a hot topic in the United States. One study shows 51% of American consumers will pay higher prices to buy American made products.
Advertise Like Santa is Watching – 6 Holiday Advertising/Marketing Tips to Help You Stay Off the Naughty List
It’s the holiday season, and many of us are turning our thoughts to celebrating with friends and family.
In part II of our series on our wish list for the new FTC, we look at the issue of the pace of FTC investigations.
Two connected toys, My Friend Cayla and i-Que robot, by Genesis have been receiving trans-Atlantic attention this month for alleged privacy, security and advertising law violations.