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What is the meaning of FTC?
What happens during an FTC investigation?
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is responsible for enforcing consumer protection laws and ensuring fair competition in the markets
When the FTC initiates an investigation, it may review publicly available information or reach out directly to a company through an access letter, asking for voluntary cooperation,
Access letters are not enforceable; however, by denying their request for information, the FTC may have no choice but to open a formal investigation During a formal investigation, the FTC has the authority to issue subpoenas for the attendance and testimony of witnesses and the production of all such documentary evidence relating to any matter under investigation 2. The Commission may also use compulsory process in its investigations, which requires the recipient to produce information, and these orders are enforceable by courts 3. If the FTC decides to pursue an investigation, it may proceed with settlements or litigation 4.
What happens after FTC report?
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