New Mexico AG files lawsuit alleging Google of collecting school kids' personal data without consent
Google sells its Chromebook laptops to schools alongside its free or low-cost G Suite for Education software package.
FTC asked for information about deals that were done between 1 January 2010 and 31 December 2019.
Qualcomm said the commission could impose a fine of up to 10 percent of its annual revenue if a violation were found.
By Diane Bartz WASHINGTON (Reuters) - State attorneys general investigating Alphabet Inc's Google unit met on Tuesday with U.S.
Facebook agreed to pay $550 million to settle a case alleging it illegally collected biometric information for 'face tagging'.
The deal will give Google the capability to take on Apple and Samsung in the market for fitness trackers.
California state attorney general's office went to court to compel Facebook to comply with requests for information in its investigation.
Some states have raised concerns that Facebook and other tech companies engage in anti-competitive practices.
Google is being sued for misleading consumers and using their personal location data.
The state attorney general probe into Facebook, announced in September, is being led by New York.
NASA investigating first space crime after astronaut accused of identity theft by spouse, says report
Astronaut Anne McClain is reportedly accused of identity theft and improperly accessing her estranged wife's private financial records while on a sixth-month mission aboard the International Space Station
The FTC in 2014 sued AT&T on the grounds that it failed to inform consumers it would slow the speeds of heavy data users on unlimited plans.
Child advocates want the company to take more aggressive steps to make YouTube safer for kids.
Facebook will create a board committee that will make sure that users' privacy is being properly protected.
Nick Clegg stated that breaking up Facebook would not tackle issues like privacy and election meddling.
A complaint was filed against the streaming service after they collected data of the kids that used their services.
Tim Cook said that Apple does control a moderate share of the market but was not too big.
The FTC was given jurisdiction to look at Amazon.com Inc and Facebook Inc, the sources said.
Chris Hughes called Facebook a monopoly that should be forced to spin off WhatsApp and Instagram.
Facebook rejected Hughes' call for WhatsApp and Instagram to be made into separate companies.