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Those stickers that warn that repairs invalidate your warranty are nonsense, FTC says

Are you worried that your warranty will be invalidated? The FTC says that third-party repairs do not do it. (Getty Images / iStock) If your concern about lifting your warranty has ever stopped you from repairing your own electronics, or visiting the cheap workshop on the corner, the government has good news for you. The Federal Trade Commission recently announced …

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FTC warns phone manufacturers: It is illegal to waive the warranty on any third party parts

Video: Apple Provides Free Solution to "No Service" Issue for iPhone 7 The Federal Trade Commission has warned six large companies that sell smartphones, video game systems, and vehicles under warranty conditions where customers use certain parts need or service providers. According to FTC, claims by manufacturers that a guarantee can only be intact when a consumer buys certain parts …

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FTC warns the company's warranty if the stickers have been removed

This site can earn affiliate commissions through the links on this page. Terms of Use If you've ever purchased a game console or other electronic device, you probably have a "warranty if remover" sticker stuck somewhere on the device somewhere. Confirm that a device is open otherwise, companies often try to deny warranty claims. What ma Many people do not …

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FTC notifies companies that their "warranty invalidity when removed" stickers are total nonsense

Photo: Edmund Tse / Flickr In an amusing, ironic way, several companies in the United States are being asked by the Federal Trade Commission to remove the "Warranty Void If Removed" stickers and remove other incriminating policies from theirs Products because they are not enforceable. The agency announced Tuesday that it sent letters to six major corporations to warn that …

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FTC warns console and smartphone manufacturers to restrict consumers' guarantees

The Federal Trade Commission today warned six companies that their warranty provisions could violate the law. Although we do not know the identity of these companies, the FTC notes that they are "big companies" selling cars, cell phones and video game systems. Companies are currently claiming that their warranties are invalid if owners use them with unauthorized parts or services …

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FTC asked to investigate Youtube

. 9 April 2018 – Read the fine print on the YouTube Terms of Service and you'll find that you've confirmed that you're old enough to look at them. "If you are under 13 years old, please do not use the service," say the terms. "There are many other great sites for you." It's a warning ignored by millions of …

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Child Advocate Groups filed FTC appeal against YouTube

Shortly after it was reported that YouTube was using people instead of algorithms to screen videos for YouTube Kids, today, 20 children's rights associations filed a complaint against YouTube with the FTC. The complaint challenges the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether YouTube violates the Child Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). COPPA restricts the way companies can collect information about …

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Facebook could pay record money, former FTC officials say

(Richard Drew, Associated Press) Facebook's revelation this week that its search tools were used to collect data on most of its 2.2 billion users could trigger record penalties and create new legal vulnerability, Because they did not prevent risks to user data, three former federal officials said. The three former officials who were at the Federal Trade Commission during the …

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