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US watchdog urges safeguards for 'Internet of Things'

Lawmakers hear warnings of U.S. companies' lax data security

FTC considering lawmaker's concerns about Herbalife

AT&T to pay $105m to settle bogus mobile bill claims

U.S. sues AT&T over data throttling on some phone plans

U.S. sues AT&ampT over alleged 'data throttling' on phone plans

U.S. antitrust official concerned by China anti-competition stance

FTC says AT&T misled customers over unlimited data

Regulators accuse T-Mobile of bogus billing

US regulators accuse T-Mobile of bogus billing

US sues Amazon for kids' charges without parental consent

Snapchat settles FTC charge it deceived users

Target 'missed many warning signs' leading to breach

Exclusive: U.S. FTC asking Apple about health data protection

FTC moves to shut down cell phone 'cramming'

US seeks light on shadowy online data collection

AT&T to pay $105 mn for unauthorized mobile charges

China's regulators defend probes Qualcomm inquiry nearly over

FTC at full strength as Senate approves McSweeny

Target missed many warning signs leading to breach: U.S. Senate report

Wearable sensors gather lots of data, now to make it useful

At The Gadget Show: Intel CEO issues diversity challenge

Public transit agencies deride 'patent trolls'

EU spying backlash threatens billions in US trade

Apple to refund $32.5 mn for kids' app purchases

U.S. retailers at Senate hearing - hackers have upper hand

U.S. sues T-Mobile USA, alleges cramming of bogus charges on bills

T-Mobile accused of making money off bogus billing

Google to pay $19 million for child app purchases

U.S. retailers face pressure to raise cybersecurity spending

AT&ampT to pay $105 million to settle charges it 'crammed' phone bills

Kid clicks cost Apple

Apple will refund at least $32.5M in app case

US sues T-Mobile USA, alleges cramming of bogus charges on bills

US says cybersecurity sharing not an antitrust issue

Gov't: AT&T to pay $105M for bogus phone charges

Exclusive - U.S. FTC asking Apple about health data protection

FTC chief says gadget industry must prioritize privacy