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The WomenConnect Challenge is offering $1 million to projects that address why women in low- and middle-income countries are offline.
The secretary of state’s name is being used in an email scam, the FTC warns.
The Federal Election Commission may soon require online ads that urge viewers to vote for or against a specific candidate to include a disclaimer about where they originated.
While some types of information may make drivers safer, others are more geared toward selling ads.
And they want half of the money to go to victims.
A website is in legal trouble after publishing explicit images and other personal information of subjects without their consent.
Following the worst weather year ever, the federal government is investing heavily in supercomputing to improve forecasting.
Automating compliance checklists could save time and result in better data, the Postal Service inspector general found.
New tech is making it easier for telemarketers to make calls and hide from law enforcement.
Big tech firms have gone from pushing for open-internet protections to being powerful enough not to need them.
, The Atlantic
USPS expects to ship more than 850 million packages this holiday season.
One of the first things the service needs to do is to get more feedback from customers.
The FTC does not have specialized expertise in telecommunications.
That’s a problem that will need to be solved by the courts.
FTC's truth-in-advertising mission is old but not it's tackling social media.
Aquarter of agency employees fell for a simulated email scheme, according to an internal watchdog.
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