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Fifty State Attorneys General Reach Settlement Over Cyber-Incident Disclosure
The Uber settlement is significantly larger than others reached with state attorneys general in recent years.
United States
15 Oct 2018
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Federal Trade Commission Holds Workshop On "Informational Injury"
For years, the Federal Trade Commission, the primary consumer protection agency in the United States...
United States
22 Dec 2017
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Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Ramirez Testifies Before Congress Regarding 17 FTC Reform Bills Pending In Congress
On May 24, 2016, FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez delivered testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade in a hearing entitled "Legislative Hearing on 17 FTC Bills."
United States
9 Jun 2016
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The FTC's Recent Enforcement Action Against Oracle Further Expands The Growing Pool Of Potential Data Security Defendants
The FTC's enforcement action against Oracle relates to Java SE, which has been installed on over 850 million personal computers.
United States
12 Jan 2016
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ALJ Dismisses FTC Data Security Claims Against LabMD Due To Lack Of Actual Or Likely Substantial Consumer Harm
This decision could also have implications for private data-security litigation, where, to satisfy federal jurisdictional requirements, plaintiffs without established actual injury must prove that injury is imminent.
United States
25 Nov 2015
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Nomi FTC Settlement Highlights Risks Of Publicizing Company Privacy Policies
A closely divided Federal Trade Commission has signaled support for the agency's recent focus on mobile device privacy.
United States
22 May 2015
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FTC Actions Against Payment Processors Heighten Legal Risks For Service Providers In Privacy Cases
In taking action against two payment processors earlier this month for providing processing services to merchants allegedly engaged in deceptive telemarketing practices, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission demonstrated a broad view of the scope of its authority under the Telemarketing Sales Rule to pursue service providers over the telemarketing practices of their third-party customers or clients.
United States
2 Jul 2013
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