A Quick Guide to Complying with FTC Disclosure Guidelines

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Writer FTC Guide Before you start your review please read: 1. All reviews must be fair and balanced: Do not sensationalize Stick squarely to the facts Use plain language 2. Be sure your assessment of the product is balanced. As mentioned above, mention both the pros and cons (equal ratio of pros and cons) 3.
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Nintendo updates warranties following FTC warnings
Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email Not to be left behind, and subject to legal issues, Nintendo has followed the lead of Sony and adjusted their warranty policies to comply with FTC guidelines. These guidelines ruled that certain warranty practices for companies like Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony, HTC and more violated protections against predatory practices. Namely, those
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Uber increases FTC settlement after breach
Uber failed to disclose a major data breach in 2016, and now the rideshare company will have an expanded settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Uber’s original FTC settlement resulted from a 2014 breach. When the agency discovered the 2016 breach, which was “strikingly similar” to the previous breach, it added harsher provisions to
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Sony changes warranty terms for PS4, PS3, PS VR, Vita to comply with FTC guidelines
Sony has updated the warranty terms for all the gaming hardware products it currently supports in the U.S. and Canada. Earlier this month, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) gave Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony 30 days to change a particular warranty policy they’ve maintained for years. That being the “warranty void if removed” label on
Nintendo has also updated its warranty terms following FTC letter
Nintendo has become the second gaming company to comply with the FTC’s letter regarding hardware warranty policies. In a letter sent a couple of weeks ago, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) advised major manufacturers – including Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony – to adjust the warranty terms for their hardware products. The FTC took issue




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