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June 09, 2010


Jeff Stephan

Good for the FTC, and for FTC Chairman Jon Leibowtiz. Finally . . . it is about time that the FTC performs the responsibilities that are, and were at the time of its establishment, expected of it. The FTC should increase its vigilance and exercise of authority to police "unfair or deceptive" trade practices across the economic landscape for companies that demonstrate anticompetitive behavior, intentions and leanings. The FTC has the responsibility to stop unfair conduct that harms consumers and the U.S. economy, and to institute processes and procedures that achieve this objective as a regular and integral operational component of performing its mission. I am disappointed that Senator Hatch does not readily and actively support such vigilance on behalf of the U.S. economy and consumer. Props to FTC Chairman Jon Leibowtiz and his staff.

Sam Bernstein Law Firm

Something should be done about TicketMaster and other sites like theirs - they do tend to raise overhead gradually.

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