Federal Trade Commission

privacy

Uber won't track you anymore after you stop riding

Noah Kulwin
8.29.17
Technology

Ajit Pai’s dream of killing net neutrality may soon turn into a nightmare

Noah Kulwin
5.17.17
Technology

The Republican plan to kill net neutrality could change the internet forever

Noah Kulwin
4.26.17
Google

Google's new ad blocker could upend the web publishing business. Don't expect the U.S. to get in its way.

Noah Kulwin
4.22.17
Technology

The Trump administration reportedly plans to undo Obama’s net neutrality rules

Noah Kulwin
4.7.17
consumer protections

Trump marks National Consumer Protection Week with very mixed messages

Gabrielle Bluestone
3.6.17
Technology

Uber will pay $20 million to settle with FTC after promising drivers unrealistic earnings

Noah Kulwin
1.19.17
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

President Obama blames Republicans for Donald Trump, the feds announce a pilot program to track police violence, Boko Haram releases 21 schoolgirls, and more.
VICE Staff
10.14.16
Facebook

Facebook Slapped With FTC Complaint Over WhatsApp Data Grab

Consumer groups urge the feds to crack down on Facebook’s latest privacy breach.
Sam Gustin
8.29.16
ADVERTISING

Rise of Ad Blocking Is the Ad Industry's Fault, Says Outgoing FTC Commissioner

Julie Brill says consumers are ‘taking matters into their own hands’ after the ad industry crippled the ill-fated Do Not Track program.
Janus Rose
4.1.16
News

FTC Warns 12 Android Developers to Stop Eavesdropping on Unwitting Users

The trade watchdog has warned developers to stop quietly tracking users.
Jordan Pearson
3.17.16
News

FTC Says Gaming Media Giant Machinima, Inc. Must Disclose Paid Promotions

It’s not a great day to be an Xbox One owner.
Jordan Pearson
3.17.16
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