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Washington state Attorney General Rob McKenna says digital media provider RealNetworks is going to pay a $2.4 million settlement because of free trial subscriptions that resulted in unwanted monthly charges to customers. McKenna said that the lawsuit
Eight months after a judge tossed out a controversial prison-privatization plan, attorneys will argue next week about the constitutionality of a state decision to contract with companies to provide inmate health care. Leon County Circuit Judge Kevin
If you're not swamped in student loan debt and are considering buying a car to help you navigate your new place in the world, there's some help available.
It's also hard to ignore the gross domestic product, which was pegged in the first of three estimates at 2.2 percent growth in the first quarter. That GDP points directly, for those with calculators, to an additional 115,00 jobs added to the economy
Home Emergency Insurance Solutions had sent out a mass mailing of advertisements in December 2011 urging homeowners to purchase waterline insurance protection policies, according to a press release from the Better Business Bureau. There is no
The people and companies hawking this "free" book promised to show you how to get free gas for life and free solar panels for your home. But the book didn't teach customers how to do that, and came with hidden costs, authorities say. People who went
TPG had been advertising a product with ''500 free VoIP minutes'' on its website.
24 April 2012 Advertising watchdogs have banned an advert for Virgin Media broadband because the small print with details of extra costs was deemed too small for a normally sighted person'. After investigating complaints from the public, the
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The seven infringement notices related to Foxtel's national "Christmas sale" advertising campaign which included a headline that customers could acquire a Foxtel subscription for $55 per month on a six-month contract. Rod Sims said in a statement on