FTC Settles with Company Over Alleged Deceptive Security Practices
Kari Rollins and Julia Kadish of Sheppard Mullin write:
The FTC recently settled with smart lock maker Tapplock, Inc., a Canadian company, over allegations that it deceived consumers with false claims about its product’s security practices. These allegations arose based on vulnerabilities that a security researcher demonstrated – not in the aftermath of a data security breach where these complaints often originate.
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