Keyword: Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
Qualcomm plans to appeal an $873 million antitrust fine that was upheld Wednesday by a South Korean court.
AT&T will pay $60 million for misleading millions of customers by obscuring throttling practices while charging them for so-called "unlimited" plans.
AT&T has reached a settlement with the FTC over a 2014 lawsuit related to the carrier’s data throttling practices and disclosures.
Qualcomm has asked a U.S. appeals court to put an antitrust judgment related to its patent-licensing practices on hold as the chipmaker seeks to have the decision overturned.
The European Union could hit U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm with a second antitrust penalty as early as next month, according to Bloomberg.
Qualcomm said it would immediately seek a stay of the district court’s judgment.
Huawei called for the FTC to conduct hearings this fall on whether the company should be allowed to compete in the U.S. market.
AT&T said it will not take its speed-throttling case to Supreme Court, and will instead look to resolve the issue in negotiations with the FTC.
With so many data breaches and privacy violations happening, one starts to forget who did what to how many millions of Americans.
A Federal Trade Commission lawsuit against Qualcomm will move forward after a federal judge denied the company’s move to dismiss the case late Monday.