Startup Business Consumer Issues

Startup business consumer issues are not usually raised in discussions at the outset by entrepreneurs.  Consumer protection issues creep up as time goes by in their daily business process. But the reality bites, when startups encounter issues not thought through. If the startup is engaged in a business entails a contract or a detailed proposal…

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Startup Business – Planning the Start

Startup business usually starts before they start.  May sound confusing but, the planning should be deemed as the start.  Also, people get to start spreading the word before they start.  That makes sense.  People want others to know what they are embarking on and how their venture will be a good service or a good…

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Social Media Privacy Trust

Social media privacy trust is easily and all too often not evaluated by users.  Social media usage in its carefree, beach-like social setting, is all about people enjoying keeping up with friends and sharing life events and experiences with friends.  However, it has become blatantly clear that by using the platform to share with friends,…

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Advertising Disclosures

Advertising disclosures required by the Federal Trade Commission are becoming numerous.  As creativity increases so will the efforts for the FTC to find aspects, not to their liking.  As the FTC pursues companies using native advertisers or influencer programs, restrictions will appear clearer to businesses.  FTC’s concern is over the possibility of consumers being confused…

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Consumer Privacy versus Data Economy Ecosystem

We all hear about privacy needing protection and we also read about the events that have led to infringements of privacy on the occurrence of data breaches.  Essentially, privacy is desired by all and many believe that it is an aspect of life that is common understanding and it is worth respect and consideration. The courts have…

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Internet Advertising Under FTC Eyes

Internet advertising has become intricate and keen.  Internet advertising may involve multiple participants.  The purpose is essentially to sway readers to purchase products by making representations that at times appear too good to be true.  That is what the Federal Trade Commission and the State of Connecticut determined prior to suing  LeanSpa.  The claims embraced…

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