The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is offering tech pros $25,000 if they can create a software tool that will protect against security vulnerabilities in Internet of …
The FTC feels the line between ads and organic search results is getting a little blurry these days.
The FTC seems especially interested in Google’s reasons for the acquisition.
Google Web Designer will allow developers and designers to more easily build online ads using HTML5.
Microsoft’s very public irritation with the FTC’s decision hints at its long-burning rivalry with Google.
Google and the FTC have reached a settlement with regard to the latter’s antitrust investigation.
Google will pay the FTC $22.5 million in fines related to ad-tracking cookies on PCs of Safari users.