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The FTC’s decision to ease its AI investigation process is the latest example of the regulator positioning itself as the top US AI enforcer.
29 November 2023
The Federal Trade Commission has allowed its staff to issue information requests without prior authorisation in AI-related cases.
22 November 2023
A judge has said a federal court cannot modify or terminate the Federal Trade Commission’s Twitter deal.
20 November 2023
A Washington, DC judge has expressed scepticism that his court has jurisdiction to block the FTC from modifying Meta’s $5 billion privacy settlement.
18 October 2023
The US Department of Justice said X’s motion to terminate a 2022 FTC administrative order should be dismissed and claims that the FTC is biased and interfered in X’s audit are false.
13 September 2023
A DNA testing kit provider has settled the Federal Trade Commission’s latest health privacy enforcement action.
19 June 2023
A US Supreme Court decision has pushed the Federal Trade Commission to use a once little-used enforcement tool to obtain monetary relief from first-time data privacy offenders.
08 June 2023
Amazon-owned Ring will pay $5.8 million to settle FTC allegations that lax privacy policies allowed its employees and Ukrainian contractors to spy on users and failed to prevent cyberattacks.
01 June 2023
The FTC has accused Amazon’s Alexa smart assistant of indefinitely retaining children’s voice recordings and transcripts.
01 June 2023
Ovulation-tracking app Premom has agreed to stop sharing users’ health data for advertising purposes to settle FTC and three state attorneys-general claims that it shared user health information without consent – including to a pair of China-based developers.
18 May 2023
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