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Federal Trade Commission and U. S. Department of Justice Joint Hea...

By: Federal Trade Commission

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CPRi Communications -- Specializes in the positioning of healthcare-related businesses, products and services -- Offering a full range of marketing communications services, including: Public relations and media relations -- Advertising and media planning -- Online marketing -- Interactive communications (Web/multimedia development) -- Direct mail programs and market research -- Headquartered in Teterboro, NJ with an office in Scottsdale, AZ -- Clients in 35 U.S. states a...

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Real Deal Playing the Buting Game

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Everyone spends money but not every one knows how to do it right .Spending wisely takes skill ,time and experience.

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Can-Spam Act Rulemaking, Project No. R411008, 69 Federal Register ...

By: Federal Trade Commission

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As a member of the New Jersey Association of REALTORS (NJAR) and the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS (NAR), I appreciate this opportunity to comment on the CAN SPAM Act. As an independent businessperson who is forced to deal with a flood of offensive and fraudulent e-mails in my box each day and as one who sends e-mails in the course of my real estate business, I have a significant interest in the outcome of this rulemaking process.

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Re: Can-Spam Act Rulemaking, Project No. R41 1008

By: Dominick Vigliotti

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To the Commissioners, I applaud your efforts to curb the problem of unsolicited bulk email. However, I am concerned about the proposed requirement for merchants to maintain suppression lists. There are many legitimate business entities who use email to advertise their products to people who request to be put on their mailing lists. These businesses will feel the brunt of this ruling, while the spamming entities will simply find new loopholes within a short period of time.

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My Extreme Disgust

By: Paul R. Anderson

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Dear Sir, I have enclosed a copy of an article, that I hope by now you have either seen or heard a lot about. After reading this article I must tell you of my EXTREME DISGUST! Is it not enough that Congress and the President shafted ?us? with NAFTA ? IS it not enough that there is a continuous SOCIALIST move toward the ?New World Order?? IS it not enough that ?our? (supposed), politicians readily accept campaign contributions from foreign countries? Is it not enough that...

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United States District Court Central District of California Wester...

By: Federal Trade Commission

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Plaintiff FTC brings this action under Sections 13(b) L and 19 of the Federal Trade Commission Act ('FTC ActN), 15 U.S.C. 53(b) the Telemarketing and Consumer Fraud and Abuse Prevention Act (Telemarketing Actn), 15 U.S.C. 6101, et seq., and Sections 503 and 505(a) (7) of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLB Act), 15 U. S. C. 6803 and 6805 (a) (7), to secure a permanent injunction, rescission of contracts and restitution, disgorgement of ill-gotten gains, and other equitable r...

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Quien Ha Dormido en Su Colchon Reglamentos Sobre Etiquetas para Co...

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Cuando compramos un colchon tenemos en cuenta tal vez la solidez, la blandura, si tiene muelles o resortes, o caucho esponjoso, o si es nuevo o usado. En muchas partes del pais, es legal vender colchones usados, con tal que cumplan con reglamentos sobre el uso de etiquetas y sobre la elaboracion de colchones usados. Colchones pueden ser muy caros. Es importante saber lo que uno esta comprando. La manera mas facil de averiguar si esta comprando un colchon nuevo o usado es...

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United States of America before the Federal Trade Commission

By: James V. Kearney

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RESPONDENTS AND COMPLAINT COUNSEL'S JOINT MOTION TO EXTEND THE DEADLINE FOR THE SCHEDULING CONFERENCE...

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Patent Standards and Procedures

By: Robert P. Merges

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Literature Review: Patent Standards: ?The Classics? w John Stuart Mill, Principles of Political Economy (1848) -- Emphasized utility requirement -- Once past threshold, amount of reward depends on degree of utility w Machlup & Penrose (1950) -- Administrative Costs a factor in anti-patent arguments -- Implicit emphasis on low standard of patentability...

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The Effects of Mergers and Post-Merger Integration: A Review of Bu...

By: Paul A. Pautler

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Beginning in the mid-1990s, several consulting firms commissioned surveys concerning the outcome of recent mergers. The surveys and related analyses were used to examine three general questions: First, did the mergers tend to achieve the goals and objectives of the executives involved in the deals? Second, on a more objective basis, did the deals enhance shareholder value relative to industry benchmarks? That is, were the deals a financial success? Third, and perhaps mos...

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Re: Telemarketing Rulemaking Comment Ftc File R411001

By: Donald S. Clark

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Federal Trade Commission: The Enterprise Prison Institute (?EPI?) is pleased to respond to the Federal Trade Commission?s request for comments on its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (?NPRM?)1 concerning revisions to the Telemarketing Sales Rule (?TSR?)2. EPI?s comments respond specifically and exclusively to the Federal Trade Commission?s (?FTC?) concerns and questions regarding the access to and use of personal information by inmates as telemarketers.3 For purposes of thi...

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Re: Can-Spam Act Rulemaking. Project No. R411008

By: Drew Morris

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To the Commissioners, Thank you for your efforts to curb unsolicited bulk email. However, I am concerned about the proposed requirement for merchants to maintain suppression lists. There are so many problems and costs associated with this idea, and so much damage done to consumers and businesses alike, that I feel I must urge you to reject this idea. Requiring the use of suppression lists will seriously damage many of the legitimate publications available on the net. My ...

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Telemarketing Rulemaking - Revised Fee Nprm Comment Ftc File No: R...

By: Carl V. Howard

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Citigroup welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Commission's revised proposal for fees on entities accessing the national do-not-call (DNC) registry. Citigroup did not file a comment with respect to the prior proposal. -- 1. This revised proposal emplovs a more sound methodology for assessing DNC registry access fees. but it does raise a question for exempt sellers employing third party marketers. Citigroup believes that this revised proposal is improved in two key ...

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In the United States District Court for the District of Colorado

By: Harold R. Bruno

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STIPULATED JUDGMENT AND ORDER FOR PERMANENT INJUNCTION Plaintiff, the United States of America, acting upon notification and authorization to the Attorney General by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC or the Commission), has commenced this action by filing the Complaint herein, and Defendants have been served with the summons and the complaint The parties, represented by the attorneys whose names appear hereafter, have agreed to settlement of this action pursuant to the t...

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United States of America before Federal Trade Commission

By: Hal S. Shaftel Esq.

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RESPONDENT ANDRX CORPORATION'S OPPOSITION TO JOINT MOTION TO AMEND, MODIFY AND REISSUE THE PROTECTIVE ORDER Respondent Andrx Corporation (Andrx) submits this memorandum in opposition to the joint motion to amend, modify and reissue the protective order governing discovery materials to be provided by non-parties Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., Bluecross Blueshield of Michigan and United Healthcare.

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Competition in the Petroleum Industry : The Situation in 2001

By: Philip K. Verleger

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INTRODUCTION: Competition in the petroleum industry is normally assessed using the traditional tools of antitrust analysis. The expectation is that markets will remain competitive, prices will stay relatively stable, and the exercise of market power will be blocked if proposed mergers are approved only when it can be shown that the merged firms will not gain excessive control. Divestitures are sometimes required to meet these conditions. Thus, in evaluating the mergers o...

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United States of America before the Federal Trade Commission

By: Tefft W. Smith

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MSC. SOFTWARE CORPORATION'S RESPONSE TO COMPLAINT COUNSEL'S EMERGENCY MOTION with this latest motion complaint continues its unfortunate of disregarding its meet and confer obligations, forcing your honor to get involved in minor disputes, and wasting this court?s and the parties' time.

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Privacy Online: Fair Information Practices in the Electronic Marke...

By: Robert Pitofsky

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The online consumer marketplace is growing at an exponential rate. At the same time, technology has enhanced the capacity of online companies to collect, store, transfer, and analyze vast amounts of data from and about the consumers who visit their Web sites. This increase in the collection and use of data has raised public awareness and consumer concerns about online privacy. To ensure consumer confidence in this new marketplace and its continued grow...

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Radiation Shields: Do They Cell Consumers Short

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These days, it seems like everyone has a cell phone. It?s no wonder that promoters have begun to pitch shields as protection against the radiation the phones emit. But the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation?s consumer protection agency, says current claims for the shields are ?all talk.? According to the FTC, there is no scientific proof that the so-called shields significantly reduce exposure from electromagnetic emissions. In fact, says the agency, products tha...

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I Am Writing in Response to the Proposed New Guidelines for the Ma...

By: David Camevon

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To Whom it Macon cevn, I am Writing inregponse to the Proposed new guidelires for the Made in USA label on products made and sold in the I dent feel that the...

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