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The Best Black Friday 2014 Deals to Find Today

The Best Black Friday 2014 Deals to Find Today

Walmart Black Friday Pre Sale launched Online

Walmart Black Friday Pre Sale launched Online

Amazon Black Friday 2014 Deals Week has launched

Amazon Black Friday 2014 Deals Week has launched

The Best Xbox One Black Friday Deal is not at Target or Walmart

The Best Xbox One Black Friday Deal is not at Target or Walmart

$1 Samsung Galaxy S5 Best Buy Black Friday Deal sells early on 11/23

$1 Samsung Galaxy S5 Best Buy Black Friday Deal sells early on 11/23

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The End of the FCC's Net Neutrality Rules, at Least For Now

The End of the FCC's Net Neutrality Rules, at Least For Now As most commentators, myself included, predicted last fall, a federal appellate court has vacated the FCC’s controversial 2010 “net neutrality” rules, holding that the agency wildly exceeded its authority to regulate...

Jan 24 2014, 8:10am CST

Apple Loop: 'Great Things' Coming, iPhone 6 Rumor Roundup, Jobs' Biographer Says Google Rules, Mac Turns 30

Apple Loop: 'Great Things' Coming, iPhone 6 Rumor Roundup, Jobs' Biographer Says Google Rules, Mac Turns 30 Keeping you in the loop on just a few of the many things that happened around Apple this week. China Mobile starts selling iPhones – no line. After six years of negotiations between Apple and China Mobile, the iPhone...

Jan 18 2014, 8:16pm CST

I4U news

Apple agrees to refund $32.5M for kids' purchases Apple to refund $32.5M to parents who say they unwittingly OK'd purchases during kids' games WASHINGTON (AP) — Plenty of parents have been there — handing over the iPhone or iPad to a child while waiting...

Jan 16 2014, 2:36am CST

Apple Refund of $32.5 Million for Unauthorized Kids' App Purchases

Apple to Refund $32.5 Million for Unauthorized App Purchases by Kids Apple has been forced to cough up some cash due to negligence on its part. A refund of $32.5 million will be made to customers whose children made application purchases worth such an astronomical amount.

Jan 16 2014, 2:00am CST

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Apple agrees to refund app store purchases totaling $32.5 million

Apple agrees to refund app store purchases totaling $32.5 million Instead of fighting what could be a long and tiresome legal battle against the Federal Trade Commission, Apple raised the white flag and agreed to refund unauthorized app purchases.

Jan 15 2014, 9:20pm CST

Apple Has To Pay $32.5 M To Parents Whose Kids Accidentally Bought Things On the App Store

Apple Has To Pay $32.5 M To Parents Whose Kids Accidentally Bought Things On the App Store If your little ones have been breaking the bank over gems in Hay Day without your permission, you’re entitled to a refund, according to the FTC. Apple and the government agency settled over a suit today and agreed to...

Jan 15 2014, 3:21pm CST

I4U news

Apple will refund at least $32.5M in app case Apple will refund at least $32.5M in case about kids' purchases on apps without permission WASHINGTON (AP) — Apple will refund at least $32.5 million to consumers to settle a federal case involving...

Jan 15 2014, 1:51pm CST

Apple And FTC Reach Agreement About Children's App Purchases

Apple And FTC Reach Agreement About Children's App Purchases The Federal Trade Commission announced that it has entered into a consent decree with Apple regarding alleged charges that Apple allowed children to purchase apps and make in-app purchases on its app store. The FTC...

Jan 15 2014, 12:01pm CST

Google's Acquisition Of Nest And Your Privacy

Google's Acquisition Of Nest And Your Privacy When Matt Rogers, co-founder of connected home devices maker Nest, tweeted a picture of himself with Larry Page after the company’s acquisition by Google for $3.2 billion, two responses stood out from the congratulatory...

Jan 13 2014, 8:41pm CST

Top Ten Internet Law Developments of 2013

Top Ten Internet Law Developments of 2013 A look back at the Internet law highlights of 2013: #10: Copyright Defendants Get High-Stakes Wins. 2013 saw several copyright defendants win long-running litigation affairs–and potentially crack open new markets,...

Jan 9 2014, 11:46am CST

Is Sacramento The World's Capital of Internet Privacy Regulation?

Is Sacramento The World's Capital of Internet Privacy Regulation? It’s only two hours between Sacramento, California’s state capitol, and the Silicon Valley, the world’s technology capital, but when it comes to regulating the Internet, philosophically they are worlds apart. The two...

Jan 6 2014, 11:16am CST

The Biggest Privacy Stories of 2013

The Biggest Privacy Stories of 2013 Forget “twerking” and “selfies.” Dictionary.com dubbed “privacy” the word of the year in 2013. Here at The Not-So Private Parts, it feels a little like the unknown indie band we’ve been obsessed with for years just won...

Dec 23 2013, 8:26am CST

Samsung Fined in Taiwan $340,000 for Astroturfing

Samsung Fined $340,000 for Astroturfing by Taiwanese FTC Samsung was fined a hefty amount of 10 million yuan by the Taiwanese Fair Trade Commission regarding its astroturfing activities. Samsung had posted negative and critical fake remarks about HTC via a third party. It was caught red-handed in the act and fined $340,000.

Oct 24 2013, 9:49am CDT

FTC Updates Ad Disclosure Guidelines and Warns Search Engines

FTC Updates Ad Disclosure Guidelines and Warns Search Engines FTC updates its ad disclosure guidelines and warns search engines to distinguish ads from results. This is to better serve Net audiences the world over. As all search engine users face a dilemma. Instead of information-related results, ads show up every time you enter a query.

Jun 26 2013, 3:59am CDT

FTC probes Google's acquisition of Waze

FTC probes Google's acquisition of Waze Now that Google has bought turn-by-turn GPS application, Waze, it is now time for the critics, a.k.a. the Federal Trade Commision or FTC, to do its job of conducting an antitrust investigation on the $1.1 billion deal....

Jun 23 2013, 10:12pm CDT

Google Faces Another Antitrust Probe by FTC Over Display Ads

Google Faces Another Antitrust Probe by FTC Over Display Ads The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is about to launch an anti-trust investigation into Google’s methodology of making sales from ads. The purpose of the probe is to ferret out any malpractices that the search engine giant may have been guilty of in this regard.

May 24 2013, 3:59am CDT