FTC Fines Facebook $5 Billion, Zuckerberg To Be Held Personally Responsible For Privacy ComplianceFederal regulators have fined Facebook $5 billion for privacy violations and holding CEO Mark Zuckerberg personally responsible in a limited fashion.
Energy-Savings Tags On Appliances Might Be Helpful, But Are They Accurate?Appliances for sale at stores come with yellow energy-saving tags which give shoppers an idea of how much it will cost to run the appliance. But CBS2’s Tracee Carrasco found it could cost much more depending on what state you live in.
Pesky Telemarketers Finding Ways Around National Do Not Call ListFred Parkes says he's been on the national do not call registry since it began, but somewhere along the line it stopped working.
FTC Says ADT Settles Deceptive Reviews ChargesU.S. regulators said Thursday that ADT Corp. paid experts to recommend its home security products on media outlets without disclosing their connection to the company.
Privacy Concerns Raised As 'Smart Cars' Track Personal DataYour GPS and other high-tech on-board devices can be secretly tracking your every move.
Seen At 11: Is Your Favorite Fitness App Keeping Your Personal Info Secure?Health and fitness apps designed to help with everything from diet and exercise to monitoring a health condition have been gaining popularity.
Seen At 11: Those Unsolicited Text Messages May Cost YouIf you have a mobile phone, there is a good chance that you have received an unsolicited text. And you could also be getting something unexpected – a hidden bill.
Seen At 11: Phony Tech Support Scams Target Web UsersCBS 2 has this major warning about the latest cyber scam sweeping the Internet – phony tech support sites.
Cellphone Scammers Could Be 'Cramming' Extra Charges On To Your BillExtra charges are getting buried on some cell phone bills and it isn't the phone company that's putting them there.
Debt Collection More Difficult Amid Struggling Economy A gathering of debt collectors in Atlantic City this week found many willing to work out payment plans with debtors in which payments of as little as $5 or $10 a month are acceptable.
Schumer Seeks Disclosure For Online Return FeesNew York's senior Senator is demanding the FTC crackdown on retailers who are charging customers hidden fees when they return products purchased online.