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TechnologyA privacy watchdog group probably will complain to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission that a new Google search feature raises privacy and antitrust concerns. Marc Rotenberg, executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, said his group is...
TechnologyGoogle's Search plus Your World: The Electronic Privacy Information Center is urging government regulators to probe a new search feature from Google, saying it invades the privacy of users and shuts out competitors....
Watchdog with Paul MuschickSooner or later, most of us will be called on to handle the burial and final affairs of a loved one. Take your time and focus on the details, because death is big business and mistakes can be costly. Today's......
Watchdog with Paul MuschickThe annual business "Outlook" section in today's Morning Call includes a special edition of the Watchdog, reminding you that not all claims about fuel efficiency and energy savings are true. This year's Outlook section focuses on energy. I was asked......
Watchdog with Paul MuschickIt probably won't shock you that a top source of complaints to the Watchdog is car sales. Customers have come to me with all sorts of problems with both new and used car deals, including issues with dealers failing to......
Company TownSAG-AFTRA, the merged entity of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and the American Federation of Musicians come out in favor of Universal's pending merger with EMI's recorded music business....
Company TownThe European Union's antitrust regulators on Thursday approved Sony Corp.'s pending $2.2-billion acquisition of EMI's publishing business, according to officials familiar with the process....
CNNFacebook has agreed to 20 years of privacy audits to settle a lengthy complaint from the Federal Trade Commission, which says Facebook misled its members about its use of their private data. Facebook "deceived consumers by telling them they could keep...
Prices on used vehicles have climbed due to reduced new vehicle sales the past several years, a drop in leasing and fewer trade-ins. Prices on fuel-efficient models have increased with particular speed, with values up 20 percent from January to May 2011,...
Clout StreetRepublican U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam today defended comments from House leadership contending that government funds for disaster relief from Hurricane Irene must be offset by spending cuts in the federal budget. The third-term congressman from Wheaton, a...
Tags: Illinois, Pat Quinn, Barack Obama, Democratic Party, New York
Fraud is defined as wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain. There are many different types of types of fraud to be aware of, including: Contest and lottery scams: Often scammers will email or call you saying you...
South Florida consumers aggravated by annoying "robo calls" on their cellphones from debt collectors are fighting back – suing the companies that make the calls and often collecting cash settlements from the lenders. Fort Lauderdale lawyer Scott D....
Tags: Laws, Car Guides and Reviews, Lobbying, Consumers, Civil Laws
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