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Recently, President Obama issued a call to all executive departments and agencies “to promote competition, arm consumers and workers with the information they need to make informed choices, and eliminate regulations that restrict competition without corresponding benefits to the...
Once a year, the ABA Antitrust Section Spring Meeting presents the perfect occasion to take stock of the Bureau’s work. This has been an especially busy year for the Bureau of Competition, requiring extraordinary effort from our attorneys and support staff to keep up with the...

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The Federal Trade Commission is seeking public comment on proposed amendments to its Hobby Protection Rules. In 2014, as part of its systematic review of all FTC rules and guides, the FTC sought public comment on the Hobby Protection Rules (formally, the “Rules and Regulations Under the Hobby...
At the signing of the MOU with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), FTC Chairwoman Ramirez said, “As we see more cross-border fraud, we must often rely on our enforcement partners around the world to help protect U.S. consumers. This agreement will enhance...
La Comisión Federal de Comercio (FTC, por su sigla en inglés) realizará una semana de eventos que se llevarán a cabo entre el 25 y el 29 de enero para aumentar el nivel de concientización de los consumidores sobre la amenaza que plantea el robo de identidad relacionado con impuestos, una estafa...
The Federal Trade Commission will conduct a week of events Jan. 25-29 to raise consumer awareness about the threat posed by tax identity theft, a scam that puts thousands of people at risk every year.
The Federal Trade Commission has issued its biennial report to Congress on the use of the Do Not Call Registry by both consumers and businesses over the past two years.
Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez has appointed Professor Ginger Zhe Jin as Director of its Bureau of Economics, succeeding Francine Lafontaine, who is returning to the University of Michigan. She has also named Alison Oldale as the Bureau’s Deputy Director for Antitrust.

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