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Weighing in on the debate between Interactive Advertising Bureau's Michael Zaneis and FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz.
Advocates may be trying to attack the economic engine that fuels the Internet--advertising.
Proposed regulations would give consumer control, FTC chairman writes.
A new FTC proposal allows consumers to opt out of having their online habits monitored.
Deceptive advertising? Products promise health benefits that are inflated or not supported by science.
In a new and ironic twist, illegal downloaders are targeted by Internet scammers.
When bloggers are being paid to say a product is good, readers should know the deal.
Long list of exposed falsehoods shows why federal guidelines are nice, but strict laws are unneeded.
The FTC weighs new guidelines. Marketers say the Web polices its own.
A crackdown on fake cancer cures, a warning against new drugs, and losing weight through volumetrics.