Tag Archives: Federal Trade Commission

House Passes Bill to Give FTC Back Its Financial Power

The House of Representatives this week passed a bill that aims to restore the Federal Trade Commission’s ability to seek monetary redress in court, after a Supreme Court ruling determined that Congress did not intend to give the regulator that power. H.R. 2668, the Consumer Protection and Relief Act, was …

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FTC Issues Warning About Avoiding Racism When Using AI

Artificial intelligence has become a big buzzword in the accounts receivable management industry during the past couple of years. Companies are using AI to help identify which accounts to contact and when to contact them and using algorithms to help them make more decisions and handle more collection inquiries. The …

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Acting FTC Chair Outlines Priorities

Much has been written about how changes at the top of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are going to impact the accounts receivable management industry, but there are two other government regulators that also police debt collectors — the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission. And each of …

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