AT&T will finally refund $88 million in unauthorized charges
Over 2.7 million mobile customers were hit with $9.99 subscriptions they didn't ask for.
Internet-connected toys accused of spying on kids
Complaints to regulators say that some toys collect the voices of children without permission.
Amazon owes parents cash refunds for their kids in-app purchases
Gift card refunds won't cut it.
You can now legally hack your own car or smart TV
The FTC's "security research exemption" to the DMCA has kicked in.
FTC complaint blasts Disney, Google over child influencer videos
Watchdogs say they're profiting from freebie-laden videos targeting young viewers.
Ken Bone may have violated FTC rules with Uber tweet (updated)
His free ride credits may be at stake.
Court tosses federal lawsuit over AT&T's data throttling
The carrier successfully argued that its status spared it from revealing limits on its 'unlimited' data.
FTC vows to crack down on sponsored internet posts
It wants more than just a hashtag disclosing a paid social update.
Warner Bros. paid YouTubers for positive game reviews
It apparently paid PewDiePie and other YouTubers for good reviews of 'Shadow of Mordor.'