FinTech describes the emerging marketplace of new financial technologies. Even as companies innovate in the products they offer and how they offer them, established consumer protection principles apply. Keep up on FinTech developments at the FTC.
Financial institutions covered by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act must tell their customers about their information-sharing practices and explain to customers their right to "opt out" if they don't want their information shared with certain third parties. Is your company following the requirements of the Privacy Rule?
Practical tips for business on creating and implementing a plan for safeguarding personal information.
Ten practical lessons businesses can learn from the FTC's 50+ data security settlements.
The 2017 Stick with Security series on the Bureau of Consumer Protection Business Blog offers additional insights into the ten Start with Security principles, based on the lessons of recent law enforcement actions, closed investigations, and experiences companies have shared about starting with security at their business.
Answers to questions people are asking about the FTC’s Endorsement Guides, including information about disclosing material connections between advertisers and endorsers. The brochure also addresses how those established consumer protection principles apply in social media and influencer marketing.