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Customer complaints show $600 million health startup uBiome has been surprising patients and insurers with bills for years
The FBI raided uBiome's headquarters, and its co-CEOs were placed on leave. The startup has said it's cooperating with authorities.
Americans were hit with 26.3 billion robocalls in 2018, a whopping 46% increase from the year before — here are some ways to stop them
Robocallers are becoming more sophisticated and hard to regulate. But there are a few things you can do to help stop them.
The MoviePass rival Sinemia filed for bankruptcy and said it was shutting down US operations. It also said it was under investigation by the FTC.
Facebook says it expects a fine of $3 billion to $5 billion from the Federal Trade Commission. Such a penalty won't change its privacy practices.
As part of a 2011 agreement with the FTC, Facebook agreed to get users' consent before sharing their data with third parties, like Cambridge Analytica.
Federal investigators could go after Mark Zuckerberg personally in a legal escalation after massive privacy scandals
According to a new report in The Washington Post, the Federal Trade Commission's investigation into Facebook could target CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
A major privacy advocacy group is calling on the FTC to force Google to divest the Nest business after it failed to let consumers know about a hidden ...
EPIC sent a letter to the FTC, alerting the commission of the potential consumer risk and requesting that Google divest of Nest hardware products.
Facebook is reportedly considering paying a record multibillion-dollar fine to settle the FTC’s investigation into its privacy practices
The Federal Trade Commission has been investigating whether the leak of Facebook data to Cambridge Analytica violated an earlier settlement.
2019 just got off to a bad start for Facebook.
Dozens of LuLaRoe sellers claim the company repeatedly charged them for products it never delivered and failed to refund them for the missing goods
Dozens of LuLaRoe sellers said the company had repeatedly charged them in full for items it never delivered.