A lawsuit filed against Nestlé Waters, which owns Poland Spring, claimed that the company was deceiving customers by selling them “ordinary groundwater” that Poland Spring “collects from wells it drilled,” and marketing it as “100% natural spring water.”
The FTC which investigates allegations of deceptive advertising has sent warning letters to eight companies to insist they distinguish in advertisements between diamonds from mines and those made in laboratories.
A popular family tracking app was leaking the real-time locations of more than 238,000 users for weeks after the developer left a server exposed without a password.
The FTC announced a broad inquiry into the privacy practices of internet service providers requesting large companies like AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile to hand over nonpublic information.
The FTC worked with AARP to create a series of videos about imposter scams – including Medicare scams, IRS imposters and robocalls.
"Fortnite," conned players into buying so-called loot boxes that rarely contained the valuable in-game accouterments promised by the company's advertising.
Chrome extensions can certainly be useful, but many of them have no easily accessible privacy policies, according to new research.
The FTC targeted Cure Encapsulations, Inc. which sells a weight-loss supplement that is incorrectly associated with weight loss and poses medical risks, according to The Verge and its owner for their actions on Amazon's marketplace.
Federal regulators fined social media app Musical.ly now known as TikTok $5.7 million for illegal collecting data of kids under 13 years old, a record penalty for violations of the nation’s child privacy law.
Equifax expecting punishment from CFPB and FTC over massive data breach By Ben Lane Equifax is expecting various forms of punishment from the Consumer