DOJ and FTC officials spar over encryption at 2016 State of the Net conference
A top consumer-protection official said efforts to weaken encryption 'deeply worry' her.
Popular 'brain training' site Lumosity faces $2 million fine for false promises
Because it takes more than games to make your brain better.
FTC officials are scared of major online-privacy reform
Reforming the ECPA would make FTC fraud investigations more difficult, officials claim.
The FTC will host a conference about your privacy and security
PrivacyCon will bring together leaders across government, academia, and tech.
The FTC can now sue companies for failing to protect your data
Time to beef up that security.
FTC picks a new favorite app for blocking robocalls
The FTC's getting creative in its attempt to stamp out robocalls.