A U.S. district court in Utah has frozen the assets of several Internet business coaches accused of lying to customers about their potential earnings after signing up for the services, the Federal Trade Commission said on Monday.
It's not that surprising to see food companies are increasingly advertising to kids through smartphones. Advertisements are already implemented on smartphones, specifically via the Android application market.
Last Friday, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced its privacy settlement with Facebook was finalized. Now details are surfacing about the company's 2009-era verified apps program that was subsequently ditched.
A settlement order means that Reebok will have to refund $25 million to customers. The settlement is being made after charges from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that advertising of Reebok’s EasyTone and RunTone shoes was deceptive.
Following the revelation that Facebook had been using cookies to track visitors long after they had logged out, two congressmen have called for a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigation into the social networking site.
Despite Arianna Huffington dazzling the audience to open the CMA National Convention Thursday Morning, that would only be one of several highlights of the two-day conference last Thursday and Friday at The Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto.
During the last years, textiles made from bamboo have become known as more or less green and sustainable products, and this has led a number of producers to erroneously label many a rayon product as made from bamboo.
With the recession continuing to take a toll on advertising dollars for news gathering organizations, the Federal Trade Commission announced on Tuesday that it would study the role of government in helping beleaguered journalistic bodies.
Victims of snake oil distributors are finally getting justice as the Federal Trade Commission helps launch a consumer warning campaign to help prevent vulnerable people from falling prey to false claims. Five companies have been officially charged.
Intel, the leader in computer processors, is under investigation for monopolizing the market due to their pricing of microprocessors. Intel prices are so low and has such a huge market share that competition is said to be virtually nonexistent.
Sony BMG does not need to pay a fine, but they are required to provide exchanges for existing DRM-enabled CDs until June 31, 2007, and pay up to $150 to anyone who spent money trying to remove the rootkit or repair any damage from it. Now I wonder how...
The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday fined the marketers of four weight loss pills millions of dollars for making false advertising claims ranging from rapid weight loss to reducing the risk of cancer.