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Bots And Sockpuppets And Scammers, Oh My!
When someone mentions "bots," a sinister chill enters the air. After all, we're talking about mindless online automatons controlled by a mastermind in the Kremlin...
United States
20 Feb 2019
Influencers Tagged In Fyre Festival Subpoena
Unless you have been living several feet under a rock since April 2017, you have heard that the Fyre Festival was a disaster of epic proportions, a Woodstock-gone-wrong for rich millennials.
United States
20 Feb 2019
Good Girl Gone Mad
Singer and actress Rihanna is a pop star and multitalented conglomerate.
United States
12 Feb 2019
FTC Settles With Anti-Diabetes Supplement Company
Moreover, the company was accused of misrepresenting the identity and credentials of one of its product endorsers
United States
3 Jan 2019
More Blockchain Uses For Digital Advertisers, Software Licensees And Marine Insurers
Adledger, a consortium of ad companies in the digital media space, recently issued a free Blockchain and Advertising Special Report.
United States
22 Nov 2018
Small Is Beautiful, But Is It Trustworthy?
L'Oreal Active Cosmetics takes an interesting but increasingly popular tack when it comes to working with influencers ...
United States
1 Oct 2018
New Kid-Safe Tech Sidesteps YouTube
First, a complaint signed by more than 20 advocacy groups was filed at the Federal Trade Commission ...
United States
21 Aug 2018
Serial: A Story Stopped Short By The USPTO
Serial is an award-winning podcast narrated by journalist Sarah Koenig. It is a long-form story examining a criminal legal case.
United States
14 Apr 2016
The Beastie Boys Fight For Their Rights And Win
The U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York ordered record label TufAmerica, Inc. to pay the Beastie Boys, Universal-Polygram International Publishing, Inc. and Capital Records LLC, $845,597.23 in attorneys' fees and costs.
United States
16 Mar 2016
FTC $19 Million Settlement With Google: Unauthorized In-App Charges Are Not Child’s Play
The FTC’s settlement with Google marks its third such case over unauthorized in-app charges by children.
United States
2 Jan 2015
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