Tagged With FTC

Amazon will repay $62 million in tips that the FTC says it shorted Flex drivers for two and a half years


Elon Musk impersonators have stolen more than $2 million through crypto scams, FTC says


Americans, ready to book vacations again, could be prime targets for scammers, and 2 senators want more protections for travelers



FTC sends out nearly $50 million to former University of Phoenix students from 2019 settlement


AT&T says its customers will no longer be able to stream HBO Max for free, citing California's net neutrality law


Facebook asks judge to throw out antitrust lawsuits filed by FTC and state attorneys general



Biden is stacking his administration with antitrust activists, signaling his intent to crack down on Big Tech


Biden appoints FTC and FCC acting directors in move that signals a more aggressive approach to regulating big tech


The FTC is ordering Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, and 6 other tech firms to share how they collect, track, and use online consumer data


Experts say the antitrust suits against Facebook may not change anything, but they're still a 'big deal' and signal that the US government will no longer look the other way


Facebook tried and failed multiple times to acquire a mystery competitor that wasn't Twitter or Snapchat, according to the FTC's new lawsuit


'It's better to buy than compete': The FTC is using Mark Zuckerberg's own words against him. Read the Facebook CEO's crucial emails here.



Facebook hit with 2 massive antitrust lawsuits from the FTC and 46 states seeking to spin off Instagram and WhatsApp


Zoom reaches settlement with the FTC over allegations it misled customers about video-call encryption


A married couple collected more than $1.6 million in debt collection scams across Arizona, according to lawsuit by state's attorney general


The Federal Trade Commission is reportedly working on an antitrust lawsuit that it could potentially bring against Facebook



The FTC has reportedly interviewed Mark Zuckerberg in an antitrust investigation — one year after it fined Facebook $5 billion for privacy violations


TikTok reportedly has 18 million users who are 14 or younger, renewing concerns for children's safety


Twitter could be facing a fine of up to $250 million over allegations that it violated an agreement over user data privacy


Democratic senators are calling on the DOJ and FTC to scrutinize Uber's potential acquisition of GrubHub