Tag: Unsolicited advertising

April 23, 2013

A Q&A With Jeff Ifrah on the FTC’s Latest Draconian Tactics

Some lawyers who deal regularly with the Federal Trade Commission in investigations of allegedly false and deceptive online advertising have noticed that the agency is beginning to take steps in these investigations that are unprecedented and draconian – and that judges seem to be going along. Below is a set of questions and answers with… Read More

FTC Files First Lawsuit Against ‘Text Spam’

 Spam seems to be everywhere these days, and it has now invaded your wireless handheld.  Last month, the Federal Trade Commission filed its first lawsuit ever against an alleged perpetrator of “spam texting” – the practice of sending unsolicited commercial text messages to a large number of people.  The FTC is alleging that Phillip Flora… Read More