The FTC should move against Facebook and WhatsApp for the decision to share information about users, two privacy groups say in a new complaint.
Siding against the Federal Trade Commission, a federal appellate court said today that agency can't prosecute AT&T for allegedly duping consumers who purchased "unlimited" data.
FCC recently told executives from Fox, Disney and Time Warner that the agency was "seriously considering" the cable industry's ditch-the-box proposal.
This week, Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez offered some advice to online ad companies: Don't track people who don't want to be tracked.
Google, Twitter, Pinterest and The New York Times are among dozens of companies asking the California Supreme Court to hear Yelp's appeal of an injunction requiring it to remove a negative review.
Mobile apps are more likely to offer privacy policies now than just four years ago, according to a new study by the think tank Future of Privacy Forum.
CTIA, the trade group for the wireless industry, is joining Comcast in urging the Federal Communications Commission to endorse "pay-for-privacy" broadband pricing schemes.
T-Mobile today unveiled a new version of its "unlimited data" plan. But the fine print makes clear that the company is stretching the meaning of unlimited.
Amazon's IMDbPro.com will have to comply with actors' requests to remove their ages, if a proposed bill in California is enacted.