Baltimore Ravens launch wine club, Washington Post debuts Zeus Prime, and FTC urged to pass privacy rules.
Razorbacks launch subscription streaming network, JPMorgan buys majority stake in VW payments, Texas passes bill prohibiting social media censorship.
Trump sues Facebook, Twitter and Google for censorship; FTC opens probe of Amazon's proposed purchase of MGM; Apple shows an interest in NFL Sunday Ticket.
Big tech giant Amazon is going old school, launching a vinyl of the month club subscription for $24.99 a month.
The Federal Trade Commission is hosting a virtual workshop on April 29th to examine digital “dark patterns” to examine what dark patterns are and how they impact or trick consumers and the marketplace into making unwanted or extra purchases online.
The FTC just announced another settlement against an online marketer for millions, this time $10,000, against its acquisition of new consumers for its online subscription services without complying with federal law, in particular the Restore Online Shoppers Confidence Act (ROSCA). Lisa B. Dubrow, Esq. explains.
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Dining card subscription company Foodie Card raises $1.5 million in seed funding to hire staff, grow restaurant and food bank partnerships and expand nationally.
MaskClub launches the first mask subscription service in the U.S. Each subscription includes a face mask for the subscriber and one for a first responder.
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