Williams Sonoma Fined Over $3 Million After Labeling Chinese-Made Merchandise American Made

Williams-Sonoma has been ordered to pay more than $3 million in civil penalties after falsely claiming its products were made in the United States when they were actually made in China.

House Panel Raises Concerns Over Biden’s Task Force on Corporate Pricing

The Republican-led House Oversight Committee is launching an investigation into President Joe Biden’s newly established task force on corporate pricing practices, alleging it could...

Sen. Wyden Releases Documents Revealing NSA Purchases Citizens’ Internet Data

On January 25, Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) sent a letter to Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines, requesting that "U.S. intelligence agencies only purchase data on Americans that has been obtained in a lawful manner."

Concerns Over Zyn Nicotine Pouches Prompt Senator’s Call for Investigation

Senator Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) is urging federal action against Zyn nicotine pouches, citing concerns about high nicotine levels targeting young individuals through social...

FTX Founder Sam Bankman-Fried Will Not Have Second Trial

Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried will not have a second trial, according to prosecutors.

Thousands of Car Dealership Owners Sign Open Letter Opposing EVs

Thousands of car dealership owners across the United States signed an open letter to the Biden administration opposing the push for electric vehicles (EVs).

U.S. Accuses Amazon of Illegally Sustaining Monopoly

Amazon, the e-commerce titan valued at $1.3 trillion, is facing a landmark lawsuit from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and 17 U.S. states, charging it with “illegal conduct” aimed at maintaining a monopoly in the online retail space.

Elon Musk Sends Cease and Desist Letter to Mark Zuckerburg After ‘Threads’ Launch

The new social media platform is almost identical to Twitter.

Amazon’s Ring Doorbell Camera Spied on Customers

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said in a court filing that a former employee of Amazon's Ring doorbell camera branch spied on female customers in 2017.

Meta Faces New Restrictions Amid Allegations of Violating Children’s Privacy Rules

FTC's bureau of consumer protection director Samuel Levine stated, “Facebook has repeatedly violated its privacy promises. The company’s recklessness has put young users at risk, and Facebook needs to answer for its failures.”

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