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May 19, 2015 Donations to four charities allegedly went toward officials' personal travel, jet ski outings and tuition payments.
September 30, 2014 Here's a government service: The Federal Trade Commission has told two companies to quit selling caffeinated women's undergarments because they don't actually slim your nether regions as advertised.
Fair Isaac Corp. says its FICO credit-score calculations will no longer include information about bills that have been paid off or settled with a collection agency.
August 8, 2014 The company that controls the FICO credit score says it is changing the way the scores are calculated, making it easier for millions of borrowers to look better on paper.
Who's collecting information about her?
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December 10, 2012 The agency says that among its most troubling findings is that many apps for kids share such information as geolocations with third parties. Developers need to do more to improve privacy protections and to tell parents what they're doing, the agency reports.
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August 10, 2012 What's with marketing food as a health miracle? The Center for Science in the Public Interest files the latest in a slew of complaints about the claims food companies make about their products.
December 1, 2010 The Federal Trade Commission has issued a report on consumer privacy that, among other things, suggests the creation of a "Do Not Track" system for people who do not want marketers collecting information about their online habits.
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