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Entries in Federal Trade Commission (6)


Vacation rental scams are (almost) worse than a sunburn

Ari Lazarus at the Federal Trade Commission warned Monday that scammers are ready with fake vacation rental ads.

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FTC wins first action against ‘predatory publishers’

A federal court granted a preliminary injunction to stop bogus academic journals and their owner from hiding publishing fees from authors and lying about peer reviews.

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Herbalife discloses China FCPA investigation

Dietary supplement maker Herbalife said in a securities filing Friday that the SEC has requested documents and other information about the company's anti-corruption compliance in China.

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VW's $14.7 billion compliance failure: Deal announced to settle U.S. civil emission claims

German car maker Volkswagen AG and related companies agreed Tuesday to spend up to $14.7 billion to resolve federal and state civil allegations of cheating on emissions tests and lying to customers.

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Dan Appelman: Reducing enforcement risks for inadequate cybersecurity protections

Target, Sony, JP Morgan Chase, Home Depot, Neiman Marcus, Anthem and others have already reported significant security breaches. So it's not surprising that the federal government and states are becoming increasingly aware of the need for strong data protection laws and their enforcement.

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Target, others face SEC scrutiny over cyberattacks

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has opened investigations of multiple companies in recent months examining whether they properly handled and disclosed a growing number of cyberattacks.

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