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From subscription offers, free trials, special promotions, marketing copy, auto-renewal notification, consumer privacy, financial reporting, payment processes, and more – there are a lot of laws that subscription, membership, and recurring-revenue companies need to understand and comply with.

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D.C. Attorney General Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Amazon

Amazon Settles with FTC for $61.7M for Unpaid Driver Tips

Amazon has agreed to settle an administrative complaint by the FTC for $61.7M to pay drivers for tips.
Weekly Subscription News: Circulation, Subscription Management and Sales

Weekly Subscription News: Hiding, Fighting and Expanding

Axios Local on pace to generated $5M in 2021; Peloton offers big subscription discounts; and Gannett fights FBI subpoena to ID readers of a USA Today article.
Five on Friday: Creator Revenue, Internet Outages and Antitrust

Five on Friday: Creator Revenue, Internet Outages and Antitrust

Facebook won't take a cut of creator revenue till 2023; Google fights back against antitrust allegations; and Pres. Biden reverses TikTok and WeChat bans.

MoviePass Agrees to Settle with FTC Over Deceptive Business Practices

The FTC announced Monday that MoviePass, its parent company and principals agreed to an administrative settlement due to their deceptive business practices.
Weekly Subscription News: Circulation, Subscription Management and Sales

Weekly Subscription News June 5: Winners, Waiting and Safe-for-Work

Beachbody reports revenue gain ahead of merger, Apple delays launch of Podcasts Subscription, and Headspace to launch podcast channel and sleep subscription.
Five on Friday: Fundraising, Investigating, Suing

Five on Friday: Fundraising, Investigating and Suing

Piano raises $88M, Epic Games and Apple face off in court, CMA looks at auto-renewal practices of anti-virus software companies.
D.C. Attorney General Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Amazon

D.C. Attorney General Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Amazon

The attorney general of the District of Columbia filed an antitrust lawsuit against Amazon on Tuesday, making it the first antitrust case against Amazon.
Tribune Publishing shareholders agree to sell company to Alden Global Capital for $633M.

Three Shareholders Sue Tribune Publishing to Block the Sale to Alden Global Capital

In separate legal actions, three shareholders hope to block the sale of Tribune Publishing to Alden Global Capital.
Subscription Boot Camp

Subscription Insider Launches Subscription Boot Camps

Program to Teach Fundamental and Unique Aspects of Subscription Marketing, Recurring Revenue Operations, and Subscription Technology Starting June 2, 2021
Daily Mail files antitrust lawsuit against Google in the U.K.

Daily Mail Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google

Associated Newspapers, the parent company of Daily Mail and MailOnline, has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google.

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