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Americans would be freer to repair their broken cellphones, computers, videogame consoles and even tractors themselves, or to use independent repair shops, under changes being eyed by US federal regulators.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal has ratcheted up the heat on U.S. ecommerce giants like Amazon and Walmart, accusing them of arrogance and of flouting local laws by indulging in predatory pricing practices.
Yolo and LMK, two Snapchat apps that allow users to send anonymous messages, are no longer available to users of the social media platform after parent company Snap suspended them on May 11.
A coalition of public interest advocates is asking US regulators to investigate whether Amazon.com Inc violates consumer protection laws with its process for canceling Prime subscriptions.
A US federal judge on Dec 2 rejected Apple Inc's bid to dismiss a proposed class action lawsuit by customers who said it knew and concealed how the "butterfly" keyboards on its MacBook laptop computers were prone to failure.
US online retailer Amazon does not have to provide a helpline phone number to consumers, Europe's top court said on July 10 in a ruling that could boost e-commerce merchants.
Facebook Inc must defend itself in a District of Columbia lawsuit accusing the social network of failing to safeguard users’ personal data and allowing a UK political consulting firm to mine the information for the benefit of Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.
MADRID (Reuters) - With prices for a bunk bed in a hostel soaring as high as 500 euros in Madrid during the Champions League final weekend, soccer fans have demanded consumer protection laws to shield them from what they say is price gouging by hotels.
New York’s attorney general is opening an investigation into Facebook Inc’s unauthorised collection of 1.5 million users’ email contacts without their permission.
Facebook Inc employees knew the Cambridge Analytica political-consulting firm had mined users’ personal data but didn’t tell those users before the news became public, an attorney for the District of Columbia said in court.