The FTC complains over Uber’s updates in the ride-hailing service’s privacy statement that purports to give Uber the right to track users.
The FTC has announced that Cardinal Health has agreed to settle charges that it maintained an illegal monopoly over 25 local markets.
The FTC has announced it has reached a settlement with Nomi Technologies over charges that the retail tracking company misled consumers.
The FTC has challenged MelApp and Mole Detective, makers of melanoma detecting mobile apps that claim to detect melanoma at early stages.
Lindsey Duncan, through his companies Genesis Today, Inc. and Pure Health, LLC, manufacturers of a green coffee bean extract, agreed to pay the FTC $9 million to settle charges.