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In LabMD case, the Courts Must Require More of the FTC

January 4, 2017

WASHINGTON, DC — The Federal Trade Commission must do more to guide companies as they craft internal data security compliance plans — so they have...


TechFreedom to FTC: If You Can’t Prove Likely Injury, You Can’t Penalize Security Practices

February 9, 2016

WASHINGTON, DC — On Friday, TechFreedom urged the Federal Trade Commissioners (FTC) not to reverse the dismissal of a lawsuit brought by FTC staff against...


FTC Steps Up Meddling in User Experience Decisions, but Amazon Fights Back

July 4, 2014

Apple, Amazon, Samsung, Facebook, Google… they’re all constantly trying to outdo each other in offering users the best experience possible. Like old Dutch Master painters,...


LabMD and Data Security Event Video

September 24, 2013

Check out the full video of TechFreedom and Cause of Action‘s September 12 event on the Federal Trade Commission’s informal regulation of data security. The luncheon discussion began with...


PCWorld Covers Our LabMD Data Security Event

September 13, 2013

Yesterday, PCWorld published an article on our 9/12 data security event co-hosted with Cause of Action: …The FTC should back away from authority it says...


The FTC’s Data Security Cases: What LabMD & Wyndham Mean for Internet Regulation

September 10, 2013

Join TechFreedom and Cause of Action on September 12 for a luncheon discussion in DC, or by livestream, about the Federal Trade Commission’s informal regulation...