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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Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email Sony Interactive Entertainment just announced that some changes have been made to the warranties of PlayStation 4, PlayStation VR, PS Vita, and PS3 consoles in the United States and Canada. Their plans include adding in certain exceptions for what is essentially damage done by DIY repairs by gamers. Our previous warranties
The FTC has issued the final rule for updating some aspects of their labeling regulations, including the requirements for the business name and address. Note that these revised regulations will apply to non-cosmetic items, including to soap that is exempt from the definition of a cosmetic (see Soap, the Chameleon). The updated regulation concering the business name and address is updated
Warranties work by offering valuable coverage for your products, services and systems. A product or system like a toaster or an HVAC system can be protected by a warranty. How it works is that when there is a problem with the item under warranty, the issuer of the warranty pays for it to be fixed
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Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email Remember those warranty stickers we talked about a while back? Those same ones that the FTC found to be anti-consumer and thus illegal really have landed multiple hardware manufacturers in the PC and console markets in hot water. The FTC announced the crackdown on these dubious practices via letters sent
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
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
The Canadian Cancer Society has released the 5th edition of its report, Cigarette Package Health Warnings: International Status Report. The report finds that there are now more than 100 countries and territories that require graphic picture warnings. The report ranks 205 countries and territories based on the size of their health warnings on cigarette packages
The FTC (U.S. Federal Trade Commission) is getting really fed up with the router manufacturers, and now it’s taking D-Link to court. Back in February 2016, the FTC punished ASUS for selling consumer routers that had major security flaws. Now, the FTC is suing D-Link for failing to take reasonable steps to secure its routers and Internet Protocol
As the Federal Communications (FCC) prepares to revoke its economically harmful “net neutrality” order and replace it with a free market-oriented “Restoring Internet Freedom Order,” the FCC and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) commendably have announced a joint policy for cooperation on online consumer protection. According to a December 11 FTC press release: The Federal
The Myrtle Beach area is hopping with newly constructed homes going up in several communities and at multiple price points. If you are in the market for one of these new construction homes, you’ll want to brush up on builder warranties, what they cover and what to look for. What is a Builder’s Warranty? A
FTC disclosures on social media can be confusing, and that’s putting it mildly. The FTC recently had a Twitter chat where they let users submit questions, which helped clarify things quite a bit. Below you’ll find some of the highlights of the FTC’s #Influencers101 chat. Back in 2011, I was invited to spend a day at the Consumer Reports campus in Yonkers, New York. It was honestly one
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