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Battle on: Critics say Privacy Shield will be challenged and tossed out

Even as software industry advocates, corporate lawyers and US officials quickly embraced the new deal governing the transfer of data across the Atlantic — called Privacy Shield — consumer activists were just as quick to condemn it and to predict a challenge that will force another do-over.


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Antitrust agencies don’t hesitate to take proposed tie-ups to court

The Justice Department’s bold decision to challenge both Aetna’s proposed merger with Humana and Anthem’s proposed deal for Cigna is the latest evidence that the antitrust watchdogs’ bark is backed...

LabMD lacked ‘even basic precautions,’ FTC says in order overturning dismissal of data security case

Medical testing company LabMD’s computer data security practices lacked “even basic precautions” to protect sensitive consumer information maintained on its systems, the Federal Trade Commission...

FTC, DirecTV accuse each other of withholding evidence in deceptive marketing case

The Federal Trade Commission wants information about DirecTV’s advertising campaigns dating as far back as 2007, and the agency has been fighting in federal court to get it.

House Republicans make second request for probe of Clinton Foundation

The Federal Trade Commission is finding itself at the other end of a second request.

Antitrust players stingy to Trump, generous to Clinton so far

Donald who?

Neil Averitt commentary: Sherwin-Williams, Valspar, and the last train from Paris

At a key point in the film Casablanca, Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman scramble to catch the last train out of Paris before the advancing Germans close off the city. Something similar is going...

DOJ, states double up in simultaneous challenge of Aetna-Humana, Anthem-Cigna

Penn State-PinnacleHealth case requires analysis of price negotiation, appeals court told by FTC

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