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A summary of the results of a small-scale study to validate the final set of changes to the prototype privacy notice.
An FTC-commissioned research study designed to investigate consumer take-away from one print advertisement and two TV advertisements for a probiotic dairy drink product called DanActive. Specifically, the study sought to assess whether the advertisements communicated to consumers,...
A summary report on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) conference “Behavioral Economics and Consumer Policy Conference,” held on April 20, 2007 in Washington, DC. Sponsored by the Bureau of Economics, the conference brought together leading researchers from various fields to present...
COPPA compliance survey reviewing information collection practices at 144 children's Web sites.
To learn more about the mobile payments industry and its effects on consumers, the FTC convened a workshop on April 26, 2012. For purposes of the workshop and this report, staff took a very broad view of mobile payments and included technologies and products in which a payment is...
An FTC-commissioned study indicating that when marketers use the phrase "up to" in claims about their products, many consumers are likely to believe that they will achieve the maximum "up to" results. The study describes what a test group of consumers thought about ads for...
Economists at the Federal Trade Commission pursue the agency’s competition and consumer protection missions. In this year’s essay, with respect to antitrust we discuss the analysis that is used in two areas where the Commission has recently been active: physician combinations and...

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