Momentum builds to strengthen FTC's role as privacy enforcer, though hurdles remain
The agency is poised for a reboot.
FTC proposes first stalkerware ban, promises to toughen stance on abusive apps
It's the agency's biggest crackdown to date.
FTC's right-to-repair ruling is a small step for security researchers, giant leap for DIY hackers
The ruling helps some hackers, but not all.
New legislation would boost the FTC's role in fighting ransomware
Congress is looking for ways to help agencies take on the growing threat.
25 bogus Google Play store apps promised to mine cryptocurrency for a fee, scamming wannabe investors
Lookout estimates that the apps have scammed more than 93,000 victims out of $350,000.
Top tech critic Lina Khan named FTC chair
The selection is a huge warning shot to big tech companies on privacy and anti-competitive behavior.