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Picking on the New Kid: Spotify Sued for Patent Infringement

Spotify welcomed to the United States with a patent infringement suit from PacketVideo Read More »

FTC Report: It’s not so Easy for Kids to Buy M-Rated Games

Game retailers enforce ESRB ratings more strictly than movies and music. An argument against anti-game groups? Read More »

Phony Collectors Want Your Credit/Debit Card Information

People are getting calls from phony collectors — and some of them are threatening people with criminal action. Read More »

The New FTC Rules For Bloggers

Making sense of the confusing new guidelines for disclosure. Read More »

The Rockologist: Will Blog For Promos

Making sense of the FTC and the new "blogola." Read More »

FTC Threatens Fines for Bloggers

Should bloggers who write reviews be held to different standards than freelance journalists? Read More »

Are Anti-Aging Products Containing Resveratrol Scamming Innocent People?

Deceptive marketing practices hawking versions of this product are everywhere. Read More »

Trust Caller ID, Become a Crime Victim!

Anyone can get a caller ID spoofed. Because of this, there have been a lot of people victimized. Is it time for a law? Read More »

FTC Shuts Down Internet Provider Specializing in Kiddie Porn, Fraud & Spam

The FTC has shut down a provider that caters to providers of kiddie porn, larceny and spam. The crooks are running fast to other providers. Read More »

Charity Scams Busted Nationwide

Fake Charities claiming to represent veterans, fire fighters, and law enforcement are being targeted nationwide. Read More »