FTC officials on Wednesday called on Amazon's top executives to testify in a hearing about the company's Prime membership program and other services.
The investigation marks the first time time the enforcer of federal consumer protection laws has initiated a probe into the crypto market.
The Lions Not Sheep apparel company is known for selling merchandise featuring phrases like "Let's Go Brandon."
The United States Federal Trade Commission has filed a lawsuit against Meta Platforms and has concerns regarding its metaverse expansion.
The American billionaire invested $500,000 into the product, which he claimed was "great."
The FTC is pushing for Facebook to sell WhatsApp and Instagram, asserting that the company bought up its opponents to eliminate opposition
The holidays are right around the corner, holiday shopping is expected to return with a bang, and hackers are eagerly lying in wait with scams to ruin the season. Here are three of the most common holiday scams and tips to protect yourself.
Cigarette sales shot up last year at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in a rare boost for the tobacco industry.
Facebook urged a federal judge to throw out an illegal monopolization case for agency chief Lina Khan's refusal to recuse herself.
New FTC data shows a huge spike in cryptocurrency scams across the board, with one wrinkle in particular: a predilection for fake Elon Musks.
Khan would be the youngest ever FTC head. Progressives love her antitrust rhetoric.
The New York attorney general's office is investigating Amazon's market power and the company's decision to fire Chris Smalls, a report from Bloomberg said Monday.
The Federal Trade Commission is looking to review its non-binding Endorsement Guides so that companies that illegally disguise their advertisements as innocent influencer reviews will be made to pay for it.
The Federal Trade Commission reportedly is investigating Amazon’s cloud computing unit, Amazon Web Services, for possible antitrust issues.
The update began rolling out Monday and will remove any account sharing for PS4 users.
Facebook Under Investigation: Snap Reportedly Kept 'Project Voldemort' Dossier On Facebook's Anticompetitive Activities
Snap Inc.has been in talks with FTC antitrust investigators and has reportedly been keeping track of Facebook Inc.'s anti-competitive activity in a dossier, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
Google Fined: Company To Pay FTC $170 Million For Collecting Children's Private Data Through YouTube
The Federal Trade Commission fined Google $170 million for using YouTube to collect data on young users under 13 without their consent, violating a 1998 child online privacy law.
Tesla and the NHTSA agree to disagree on the interpretation of crash test data about the Model 3.
Could tech companies such as Google and Amazon have too much power? The Feds are launching a probe into marketplace competition in the digital tech industry.
The market shrugs off Facebook's $3 billion fine to be paid the U.S. government for violating user privacy.
Facebook will pay a massive fine to the federal government for ts relentless privacy failures and violations of user privacy.
Facebook is introducing new privacy features following questions about company's commitment to protecting user data.
Facebook is under investigation by the FTC over the company's data privacy practices and could face fines.
The Federal Trade Commission is working with the state of Nevada to shut down revenge porn site MyEx.com
FCC Chair Ajit Pai won't be making his scheduled appearances at CES 2018 this year.
The Federal Trade Commission reported complaints about robocalls reached a new high in 2017. Here's how to block the unwanted calls from ringing your phone.
Local governments and consumer protection groups wrote to the FCC Monday morning, asking the commission to delay its scheduled Dec. 14 vote on chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to repeal the Obama-era “common carrier” rules.
Trump's move to kill “net neutrality” rules has drawn outrage — but an obscure lawsuit could remove all the internet’s remaining free speech and consumer protections.
After FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced his plan to roll back net neutrality protections, the tech industry responded in unanimous opposition to the proposal.
The FTC has been asked to investigate the security of smartwatches for children after a report found that hackers can monitor and communicate with kids.