The Federal Trade Commission has sued Qualcomm, alleging that the company is abusing its dominance in the mobile industry by charging extra fees for the use of its patents -- patents that are deemed as essential in the industry.
D-Link is in some hot water over an alleged inability to keep its wireless routers and webcams secure, according to a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) lawsuit alleging D-Link's not keeping up with its promises.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) agreed to a $17.5 million settlement with Ashley Madison's site operators, following the August 2015 data breach where 36 million members had their user information released.
The FTC has begun refunding former and current AT&T customers a total of $88 million after it was found to have been charging for unauthorized third-party mobile services, a practice otherwise known as "cramming."
Security company Malwarebytes has released a report into how modern tech support scams operate, detailing the tactics used, leveling accusations against a number of companies, and offering advice to consumers for staying safe.
The FTC has approved the Tesla SolarCity Acquisition. There are more steps to go in the process, but the FTC has ruled out antitrust concerns. The SEC still has to review the transaction and shareholders still have to vote.
The Japan Fair Trade Commission conducted an on-site inspection of Amazon Japan's offices, with the agency accusing Amazon's Japanese arm of unfair business practices. It is unknown what course of action the FTC will take next.