Congressional backers of giving the Federal Trade Commission more powers to recover ill-gotten gains will need a host of skills. But the most important one may be ensuring they can count to 60.
The Federal Trade Commission has long protected individual consumers from scams, but now it’s devoting more attention to scams that target businesses. This reflects a fundamental broadening of the agency’s sense of its mission.
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The Federal Trade Commission’s road to rulemaking will be paved with partisan bickering and litigation.
A paper by two Federal Trade Commission senior advisers could foretell the direction of the antitrust agencies regarding remedies as a method for resolving competitive concerns.
Sara Collins advocates for algorithmic accountability and consumer protection requirements related to housing, education, credit scoring and how ads are served.
The database of cross-border fraud reports ballooned last year thanks to the addition of consumer complaints from Australia.
Democratic senators are asking the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the marketing of guns to children.
A proposed spending bump for the Federal Trade Commission faced Republican opposition as Chair Lina Khan sought to counter a narrative that her leadership has led to fewer merger challenges.
Data breaches create headaches for companies and people, yet many of the underlying structural problems that cause them remain unsolved.
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