July 31, 2001
- For Your Information: July 31, 2001
FTC Charges Warner Music and Universal Music
Companies Collaborated to Raise Prices for Three Tenors Albums; Warner Settles Charges, Universal to Face Administrative Trial
For Release: July 31, 2001
Natural Organics Settles FTC Charges That They Made Unsubstantiated ADHD Treatment Claims
Natural Organics, Inc., based in Melville, New York, and its president, Gerald Kessler, have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they made unsubstantiated claims that their dietary supplement product -- Pedi-Active A.D.D -- would mitigate or effectively treat Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or its symptoms.
July 30, 2001
- Corrected For Release: July 30, 2001
FTC Seeks Public Comments on Proposed Safeguards Rule
The Federal Trade Commission is seeking comment from businesses, professional associations, consumer groups and others on proposed security standards for customer financial information held by a broad range of traditional and non-traditional financial institutions.
July 27, 2001
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July 24, 2001
- For Release: July 24, 2001
Fake ID Seller Settles FTC Charges
The operator of an Internet site that sold access to templates and software used to produce false identity documents, such as drivers licenses and birth certificates, has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that his operation violated federal law.
July 20, 2001
- For Your Information: July20, 2001
Announced Action(s) for July 20, 2001
The FTC has authorized staff to file a modification to an order for permanent injunction in re: Creditmart Financial Strategies, Inc. (Creditmart).
July 16, 2001
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July 3, 2001
- For Your Information: July 3, 2001
Announced Action(s) for July 3, 2001
Application for for approval of non-affiliated Internet service providers (ISPs) and alternative cable broadband ISP service agreements: America Online Time Warner, Inc. (AOLTW, or the Respondent)
July 2, 2001