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Advertising, Marketing & Promotions Alert >> Amazon, FTC Withdraw Appeal Of Decision Holding Amazon Liable For Billing Parents For Children's Unauthorized In-App Charges
Nearly three years after the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) first charged that Amazon had unlawfully billed parents for millions of dollars in children's unauthorized in-app charges...
United States
3 May 2017
Why FTC's Action Against Lord & Taylor Was More Than Slap On Wrist
In an evolving digital world, advertisers are constantly looking for new ways to engage consumer interest, and to maintain that interest.
United States
6 Jun 2016
Amazon Found Liable For Billing Parents For Children's Unauthorized In-App Charges
A federal district court in Washington ruled that Amazon unlawfully billed parents for in-app purchases incurred by their children without express informed consent.
United States
10 May 2016
FTC Brings First Action Alleging Deceptive Native Advertising Practices
In early 2015, Lord & Taylor launched a comprehensive social media campaign to promote its new Design Lab collection, a private-label clothing line targeted to women between 18 and 35 years old.
United States
30 Mar 2016
FTC Settles Action Against Company And Owner For Misleading Endorsements Made By Affiliate Marketers
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced a settlement with Legacy Learning Systems, Inc. (Legacy), maker of instructional guitar DVDs, and its sole owner, Lester Gabriel Smith (Smith), resolving claims that the company’s online affiliate marketers posted misleading endorsements.
United States
25 Jul 2011
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