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WilmerHale reports ALJ Dismisses FTC’s LabMD Complaint for Lack of Actual or Probable Consumer Harm from Cybersecurity Incidents

On Friday, November 13, Federal Trade Commission (“FTC” or the “Commission”) Chief Administrative Law Judge (“ALJ”) D. Michael Chappell issued an Initial Decision in In the Matter of LabMD, Inc. 1,035 more words

International Developments

FTC Dismisses Complaint Against LabMD

By Margaret Young Levi

On November 13, 2015, the Chief Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) for the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued an Initial Decision dismissing the FTC’s Complaint against LabMD, Inc. 688 more words

Privacy & Security

Car Dealers Can't Scream "Zero Down On All Leases" If Most Buyers Won't Qualify For Deal

Car dealers are known for hyperbolic slogans like “Everybody rides!” or “Nobody walks away from our lot!,” but that sort of puffery is a far cry from repeatedly claiming that the advertised lease price includes “Zip, Zero, Zilch — Nothing Down!” only to hide the ugly truth in fine print that most people won’t understand. 332 more words

YouTube Kids Faces Further FTC Complaints Related To Junk Food Ads Targeting Young Children

Consumer watchdog groups announced today they’ve filed additional complaints with the FTC over the advertising content in the YouTube Kids application. The complains this time focus on how the app allows food and drink advertisers to violate the self-regulatory pledges they made as members of the Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative ( 847 more words


Feds crack down on miracle supplements, Georgia product too

Good news:  Green coffee is the key to no-effort weight loss; graying hair will reverse with a product that somehow most haven’t noticed (but now you know!); and a decade of elderly mental decline can be undone with a… 469 more words


Windsor's 4A quarterfinal-winning TD

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