Zoom deceived customers about how secure its video calling app was, the FTC alleges.
The agency is looking at whether Facebook is using its dominant position in social media to stifle competition, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Investigation could cost the company $250 million.
The US Federal Trade Commission is reportedly considering taking sworn legal testimony from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg.
The probe is examining whether the popular video sharing app failed to live up to a 2019 agreement to protect children's privacy, Reuters reports, while the Trump administration is considering a total ban.
People are reporting unreceived orders of face masks more than any other item.
The FTC warns that scammers are sending emails with false claims that they're government officials handing out money from a "Global Empowerment Fund."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says social media execs will be "held accountable" for rampant misinformation. And Sen. Richard Blumenthal calls the execs "complicit" in scams and fraud running rampant on their platforms.
The president took aim at social media companies after Twitter placed a label on some of his tweets.
Otherwise, the companies will face "serious consequences," the agencies say.
The Federal Trade Commission is calling out companies for advertising that their products can treat or cure COVID-19.
Some of the requirements are just common sense.