The US FTC streamlines consumer protection and competition investigations in eight key enforcement areas to enable higher caseload

FTC Streamlines Consumer Protection and Competition Investigations in Eight Key Enforcement Areas to Enable Higher Caseload* Agency to Focus on Service Members and Veterans; Children; Algorithmic and Biometric Bias; Deceptive and Manipulative Conduct on the Internet; and Repair Restrictions; Abuse of Intellectual Property; and Monopolization At the joint recommendation from its Bureau of Consumer Protection and Bureau of Competition, the Federal Trade Commission voted to approve and make public a series of resolutions that will enable agency staff to efficiently and expeditiously investigate conduct in core FTC priority areas over the next ten years. The Bureaus recommended that the Commission authorize eight new compulsory process resolutions in these essential areas: Acts or

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US Federal Trade Commission, The US FTC streamlines consumer protection and competition investigations in eight key enforcement areas to enable higher caseload, 14 September 2021, e-Competitions September 2021, Art. N° 102758

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