Google will pay $22 million to the Federal Trade Commission – the largest fine ever levied against a defendant for violating an existing consent order.
In the process of amending its Rule regarding the implementation of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, the Federal Trade Commission has requested additional comments on newly proposed modifications.
As we previously reported, the Redevelopment Dissolution Act (AB x1 26) dissolved all California redevelopment agencies as of February 1, 2012, and provided a complex scheme to wind down the affairs of the dissolved redevelopment agencies.
In a letter to the Federal Trade Commission requesting an investigation and a corrective advertising campaign, the Public Health Advocacy Institute called Pepsi’s “Win from Within” television commercial and Web site deceptive, saying it could create an unreasonable risk of harm.
Football is a violent game, and many of the warriors who play it professionally find their careers cut short by brutal injuries.
Mobile health technologies are increasingly becoming a valuable tool for improving the quality and efficiency of healthcare.
A new study found that public awareness of the advertising industry’s self-regulatory program remains low, although it rose over last year.
The federal bank regulatory agencies have jointly issued notices of proposed rulemaking which would introduce sweeping new capital regulations affecting all community banks.
On July 27, 2012, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) formally reproposed its Safer Consumer Products regulations, aka the "Green Chemistry" regulations.
Google will settle charges that it violated the privacy of millions of consumers to the tune of $22.5 million, according to a recent report in The Wall Street Journal.