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Privacy protection? Not so much.
FTC strengthens children’s online privacy protections to keep up with changing technology.
FTC reviewing changes to policy on ads featuring users.
New COPPA rules go into effect July 1.
TINA.org attends FTC hearing on how to protect consumers from “informational injury” in the digital age.
The pandemic has also triggered lawsuits over privacy issues with some video conferencing apps, and more.
Popular app reaches agreement with FTC to make privacy changes.
Despite promises to the contrary, shoppers could not opt out of the tracking service.
Agency recommends ways to give consumers more control over their data on mobile devices.
The mobile phone world was rocked in November 2011 when a systems administrator from Connecticut posted a 17-minute video on YouTube showcasing how a hidden program installed on millions of…
Obviously, the internet has come a long way since 1998, and accordingly, the FTC is seeking to update the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule (COPPA).
PrivacyStar is an app created for Android and Blackberry smart phones that provides privacy features such as call-blocking, caller lookup/ID services and the like.
Marketers are watching you, but can you get them to stop?
Are FTC settlements just a cost of doing business?
What you need to know about in-store tracking.
FTC takes first action against browser history sniffing company to protect consumer privacy.
Take these with a grain of salt.
You don’t just have to worry about cookies anymore. Now you have to worry about super cookies. Online advertiser, ScanScout, reached a settlement with the FTC on November 8, 2011…
So, by now, we hope that you have taken our advice on how to block pop-ups ads and limit the amount of spam filling up your inbox. But though you…
Facebook’s list of privacy abuses in 2011 seemed to grow by the minute. Tech savvy users of the 800 million-strong network reported that A browser or web cookie collects and…