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The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (also known as COPPA) allows parents to control what information websites can collect from their kids.

The FTC sued AT&T for unfairly reducing data speeds for unlimited customers.  As a result of a settlement, AT&T is refunding more than $52 million to current and former customers. Visit our refunds page to find out if you're eligible.

Epic Games recently agreed to pay $245 million to settle FTC allegations related to in-game purchases. Find out if you're eligible for a refund.

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Visit ftc.gov/languages for fraud and scam advice in 12 languages

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GoodRx’s not-so-good privacy practices come to light

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