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The acting heads of the FTC and the CFPB sent joint notification letters to the nation’s largest apartment landlords, which collectively own more…

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The FTC has taken its first enforcement action against the practice of “debt parking,” or “passive debt collection.”  As noted in…

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FTC Commissioner Rohit Chopra, who some people think could become the next Commission Chair in the Biden Administration, has co-written a…

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The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to take two cases of note challenging the powers of the FHFA and the FTC….

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Yesterday, the CFPB put out an Innovation Spotlight blog, Providing adverse action notices when using AI/ML models.  The posting notes that…

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On March 2, 2020, the FTC announced its intention to hold a public workshop “seeking research, testimony, and other input on…

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The FTC sent a report to Congress updating lawmakers on the agency’s efforts to educate consumers about their rights to dispute…

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The FTC (Leslie Fair) posted a blog, 3 new things to know about FTC Safeguards Rule review.  The blog notes that…

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Andrew Smith, the Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection released a blog posting on businesses’ use of AI and…

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Consumer reports are predictive, reliable, and accurate and there are laws in place to ensure and enforce this.  These are the…

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