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FTC Announces Settlement With Google (Updated) - Posted January 3, 2013
The Federal Trade Commission has settled its investigation of Google for anti-competitive practices, closing its probe into search bias without a complaint while forcing the company to change its practices related to licensing patented mobile technolog... [AllFacebook]

FTC Announces Settlement With Google (Updated) - Posted January 3, 2013
The Federal Trade Commission has settled its investigation of Google for anti-competitive practices, closing its probe into search bias without a complaint while forcing the company to change its practices related to licensing patented mobile technolog... [SocialTimes.com]

Apps Marketed To Kids Aren't Doing Enough To Protect Privacy: FTC - Posted December 11, 2012
Apps that are targeted at children are not doing enough to provide parents with information about what data is being collected about their kids. This is according to a new report from the Federal Trade Commission called "M... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Little Progress on Privacy Practices of Children's Mobile Apps, FTC Study Finds - Posted December 10, 2012
Children's apps present privacy concerns by collecting data about users often without disclosing the practice to parents, according to a study released today by the Federal Trade Commission, which enforces the Children's Online Privacy Act and the ban on deceptive advertising. "Our study shows that kids' apps siphon an alarming amount... [SocialTimes.com]

FTC Report Suggests 'Do Not Track' Option - Posted December 1, 2010
And you thought "Do Not Call" was cool. Meet "Do Not Track." A Federal Trade Commission report today suggests allowing consumers to decide whether or not their data can be collected as they move around online. It looks at the framework necessa... [PRNewser]

FTC Seeks Public Comment on Revised Green Guides - Posted October 6, 2010
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has offered its proposed revisions to the ... [PRNewser]

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