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US FTC finds Cambridge Analytica deceived Facebook users
Impacts of finding on defunct consultancy unclear.
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FTC chief says 'multiple' investigations of tech platforms underway
In addition to its known probe of Facebook.
Nov 19 2019 12:55PM
US senators ask FTC to probe Amazon over Capital One hack
Allege vendor "continues to sell defective cloud computing services", want it to pay.
Oct 25 2019 6:45AM
FTC, AT&T settle 2014 lawsuit over data slowdowns: court
Case accused company of hobbling data sent to wireless devices.
Aug 26 2019 6:11AM
FTC chairman says Facebook's plan to merge brands may make it harder to split: FT
As FTC probes for antitrust violations.
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Facebook to create privacy panel, pay $7bn to US
Settles allegations around use of 2FA and handling of phone numbers.
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Smart TV vendor penalised for massive privacy violation
Collected vast amount of personal information without telling users.
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D-Link vows to fight "dangerous" US govt lawsuit
Can courts prosecute insecure software without a breach?
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InMobi fined $1.3 million for privacy violation
Snagged device geolocation info without consent.
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US regulator shoots down 'do not track' requirement
Google, Facebook can safely ignore tracking opt-out requests.
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US govt website closures deny critical information
Closed for business.
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US regulators tell Google to better identify paid ads
Letters sent to several search engine groups.
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HTC settles crap coding case
Device maker to fix vulnerabilities, brush up security program.
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US app owner to pay $768k to settle child privacy charges
Stored address book data.
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US drops competition inquiry into Google
Search giant let off with mild reprimand.
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US regulators expected to wrap up Google probe
The end of 'scraping'?
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Google may strike patent use deal with regulator
Search monopoly investigation left to EU?
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US watchdog slams mobile apps for collecting data
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Dec 11 2012 7:40AM
Analytics company settles illegal data collection charges
Submits to audits for 20 years.
Oct 23 2012 7:48AM
After major bust, Australia dubbed a 'testing ground' for phone security scams
Authorities freeze thousands of dollars in assets, seize domains and block phone numbers.
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