All posts tagged "Federal Trade Commission"
Concerns Continue to Grow Over Amazon’s Whole Foods Purchase
The online retailer bought Whole Foods for $13.4 billion last month.
The FTC Isn’t Kidding About Instagram Ads
The agency wants to put an end to sneaky #SponCon.
Truth in Advertising Org Threatens to Report Kardashian/Jenner Family to FTC
The sisters have been given a week to fix their "deceptive Instagram ads."
Amazon Found Liable for In-App Purchases Made By Kids
Soon parents may be able to claim refunds.
FTC Accuses Vemma of Running a Pyramid Scheme
The FTC isn't happy with the company that mostly targeted college students.
Uber Users: Beware of Tracking Software
Uber is coming under fire for going "big brother" on its customers.
Your Donation to This Cancer “Charity” Funded Online Dating Subscriptions
The FTC just revealed that this family has been bilking cancer charities of your donations.
EU Goes After Google with Anti-Trust Charges
The EU claims Google broke multiple anti-trust laws.
The Big Business of Big Data
Data brokers know where you live, what you buy, what medical conditions you have, your background, interests, and...
Are You Sure You Want to Pin That?
Attention companies using Pinterest as part of your marketing strategy: proceed with extreme caution. The popular social network,...