A digital rights advocacy group has filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission accusing the tech giant of spying on up to 40 million students and school officials who use the company’s Chromebook laptops.
Some T-Mobile customers have paid extra fees for text-based services they didn’t agree to include in their cellphone charges, and now the Federal Trade Commission is on the mobile giant’s case with an inquiry and a lawsuit.
As you may recall, a couple of years ago Facebook was caught making users’ personal information public without advance warning, suggesting a cavalier attitude toward the issue of privacy, putting it generously. Well, the Federal Trade Commission also treated the social networking giant generously, it turns out ... (more)
Advertisers make all kinds of claims about the magical qualities of their clients’ products, but in the case of POM—the supposedly “wonderful” pomegranate juice in that shapely bulbous bottle—the fruity company might have crossed the line, according to the FTC.