Amazon is liable for in-app purchases made by kids, court finds
Amazon must be (candy) crushed.
FTC sues Volkswagen over false 'Clean Diesel' car ads
The fallout from VW's emissions cheating hasn't stopped.
Advertising's hottest surveillance software is surprisingly legal
SilverPush knows which ads you see on TV, the web, and much, much more.
SilverPush claims its TV monitoring app didn't snoop on you
The company says its controversial tracking app only hears its own watermarks anyway.
FTC issues warning to apps covertly monitoring TV broadcasts
Advertising company Silverpush's back-end tech is allegedly compiling user data gleaned from ultrasonics.
ASUS agrees to 20 years of audits for router security issue
By agreeing, the Taiwanese manufacturer has settled FTC's charges.
Lumosity settles claims it misled you over 'brain training'
Lumos Labs will pay the FTC $2 million for making unsupported claims that it could improve your mind.
Oracle settles charges that it misled you on Java security
Oracle has to not only notify you about its security risks, but help you uninstall vulnerable Java copies.
LifeLock forced to pay $100 million FTC fine
Company charges $10 a month to protect your data, but FTC says it doesn't do that at all.