Federal Trade Commission: Law, Practice and Procedure
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The book brings you up-to-date on the latest legislative, judicial and administrative actions affecting practice before the Commission, including the FTC's enforcement of consumer privacy mandates in the FTC Act and in statutes addressing privacy in designated market sectors. It provides extensive discussion of: the application of consumer credit statutes and regulations; telemarketing regulations, credit repair organizations, identity theft, and pay-per-call services; and Gramm-Leach-Bliley protections for consumer financial information.
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Table of Contents
The Federal Trade Commission Act: Historical Context, Legislative History, and Amendments
Organization, Liaison Procedures, and Public Access
Unfair Methods of Competition
Unfair Acts or Practices
Deceptive Acts or Practices
Consumer Protection Trade Regulation Rules
The Clayton Act
Consumer Credit Protection Act
Other Laws for Which the FTC Has Enforcement Responsibilities