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Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is a bipartisan government agency that seeks to enforce civil antitrust and consumer protection laws...

Cold Calling

Cold calling is the process of contacting sales leads without any prior interaction. It is contrasted with warm calling, where...

Copyright Infringement

Copyright infringement is the illegal use, production, or sale of materials copyrighted by another person or organization. When rights granted...

E-Commerce

E-commerce, or electronic commerce, is online-conducted business, including marketing, sales, and fulfillment. Consumers and businesses place and track orders at...

Credit Freeze Can Protect Against Identity Theft

One step financial account holders can take to protect themselves against identity theft is to freeze their credit. The credit...

How To Defend Yourself Against Identity Theft

Almost every worldwide government agency responsible for identity theft issues will tell you the same thing: The first step to...

All About Phishing

At first glance, it may not be obvious to the recipients that what is in their inbox is not a...

RMS

The Root Mean Square (RMS) is the mathematical method for determining the effective voltage for a continuous alternating current (AC)...

Is Your Child’s Information Protected Online?

Seeing a need for some laws regarding the collection of information from children online, the FTC enacted rules to ensure...

Spam

Spam is unsolicited internet content that is typically sent in bulk for advertising purposes from an unknown sender. How prevalent...

What is the Sarbanes-Oxley Act?

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act, sometimes referred to by the acronym SOX, was signed into law on 30 July 2002 by President...