What happens to FCC privacy enforcement when its two crusaders move on to greener pastures?
The agency has shown an overt hostility to automotive franchise laws.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is both wrong and confused.
Enforcement action against a cable operator reinforces concerns about its new authority.
But she cautioned regulators should be careful not to over-regulate growing businesses like Uber.
Joshua Wright hopes to reach a deal on new poilcies on “unfair methods of competition" before...
A top official with the Federal Trade Commission said Tuesday morning that the agency was not...
"Parents rightfully feel deceived by YouTube Kids," said a lawyer for the groups.
After the FTC closed its case, Google is now in the cross hairs of European regulators.
Some members of Congress seem intent on instigating an interagency tug-of-war.
The new report offers recommendations without analytical support.
The road ahead for the future of connected cars is exciting but uncharted.
A rebalancing of the consumer and business imperatives is long overdue.
These groups are merely using the confusion after the ruling to push their long-held agenda.
Washington has become the merger capital of the world.
The agency needs to go back to the drawing board.
We need to evaluate existing laws and regulations in light of today's economic realities.
The Federal Trade Commission said the man never refunded his donors.
Companies should not be punished for actions in good faith that did not cause consumer harm.
Sen. Warren's proposal could unleash consequences worse than the current lending climate.
It has overturned everything positive about the world's most important communications system.
It's a solution to an imaginary problem.
On Monday morning, the Supreme Court will hear a landmark case about threats on the Internet.