Along with a multiple-billion dollar fine, Facebook is required to have an "outside assessor"–a sort of privacy cop–to monitor violations of users' privacy, the targeted spread of harmful content, and instances of collecting far more data than is warranted.
The tech giant announced the $3-5 billion fine alongside an 8 percent annual usership increase.
Looking back at the Equifax breach in 2017 shows how little the Federal Trade Commission or the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have done to prevent similar incidents in the future.
Rohit Chopra, the newly installed commissioner of the FTC, is moving for a tougher stance from the watchdog group to push back against Trump's deregulatory agenda.
An ad-watchdog group has compiled a database of over 200 Kardashian social media posts that neglect to say they are advertisements.
The recent merger between Heinz and Kraft foods could have serious ramifications for consumers and producers.