Don't Fall For These Latest Nintendo Switch Scams, FTC Warns
The FTC has issued a public warning about Nintendo Switch emulator scams. It also outlines what you have to do to protect yourself from this kind of deception.
Google Faces Investigation From South Korean FTC Over Anti-Fragmentation Clause
The Fair Trade Commission (FTC) in South Korea looks into alleged anti-competitive practices by Google.
Uber Will Pay $20 Million For Misleading Its Drivers
After allegedly misleading its drivers with its earning promises, Uber is paying 20 million USD.
Facebook And Whatsapp Gets Called Out By Privacy Advocates After Data Sharing Plan
Facebook And Whatsapp users have voiced out their concern that their privacy was being violated after finding out about data the services' sharing plans.
Dating Website Ashley Madison Faces Probe For Cheating
Ashley Madison is under investigation by the Federal Trade Commission.
Security Of Mobile Devices Under Investigation By Feds
Federal agencies are investigating how manufacturers and carriers are ensuring the security of mobile devices.
Snapchat admits its self-destructive messages are not that ephemeral, settles FTC case
Snapchat has admitted guilt about deceiving customers regarding the ephemeral nature of its messages, as well as collecting and mishandling user data.
Google display ads suck search giant into anti-trust probe, again
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has launched an inquiry to look into Google's dominance of the display ad industry.
Samsung Pays For Fake, Mean Reviews Of HTC One Phones Ahead Of Galaxy S4 Launch
Competition is fierce in the smartphone industry and marketing wars are not uncommon but Samsung recently stooped to a new low by paying some students in Taiwan to post negative (and fake) reviews and comments on its rival HTC's One series of smartphones, even as the South Korean smartphone maker gets ready to launch Galaxy S4 smartphone in the U.S.
Google Street View Lawsuit: $7 Million Settlement Headed To States Over Privacy Breach
The investigations into Google Street View alleged company gathered personal information.
FTC Says Do Not Track Consumers
In a report today, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is responding to the rising concern of consumer privacy on mobile devices with suggestions of ways to protect consumer mobile privacy.
Google Tries To Settle EU Antitrust Probe
The search giant has submitted a detailed proposal to the European Union.
FTC Gives Green Light to Google 2.0
Free from the watchful eye of the government, Google is planning the next step for its extremely popular search engine.
UK Company Sues Google for Search Bias
Only a week after Google and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) settled their dispute regarding alleged anti-competitive behavior, the search giant finds itself embroiled in yet another lawsuit.
Google Settles FTC Investigation, Agrees to Changes
After a 19-month antitrust probe, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced, Thursday, that it is concluding its investigation of Google. Though it didn't escape scot-free, by settling the dispute and avoiding any FTC fines, it's hard to spin the results as anything but a positive for the company.