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It is the policy of the Commission to apply these procedures to the fullest extent possible to proceedings which are already in progress.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 552 - Public information; agency rules, opinions, orders, records, and proceedings
§ 601 note - Definitions
§ 801 - Congressional review
§ 802 - Congressional disapproval procedure
§ 803 - Special rule on statutory, regulatory, and judicial deadlines
§ 804 - Definitions
§ 46 - Additional powers of Commission
§ 57a - Unfair or deceptive acts or practices rulemaking proceedings
§ 1681 - Congressional findings and statement of purpose
§ 1681a - Definitions; rules of construction
§ 1681b - Permissible purposes of consumer reports
§ 1681c - Requirements relating to information contained in consumer reports
§ 1681d - Disclosure of investigative consumer reports
§ 1681e - Compliance procedures
§ 1681f - Disclosures to governmental agencies
§ 1681g - Disclosures to consumers
§ 1681h - Conditions and form of disclosure to consumers
§ 1681i - Procedure in case of disputed accuracy
§ 1681j - Charges for certain disclosures
§ 1681k - Public record information for employment purposes
§ 1681l - Restrictions on investigative consumer reports
§ 1681m - Requirements on users of consumer reports
§ 1681n - Civil liability for willful noncompliance
§ 1681o - Civil liability for negligent noncompliance
§ 1681p - Jurisdiction of courts; limitation of actions
§ 1681q - Obtaining information under false pretenses
§ 1681r - Unauthorized disclosures by officers or employees
§ 1681s - Administrative enforcement
§ 1681t - Relation to State laws
§ 1681u - Disclosures to FBI for counterintelligence purposes
§ 1681v - Disclosures to governmental agencies for counterterrorism purposes
§ 1681w - Disposal of records
§ 1681x - Corporate and technological circumvention prohibited
§ 684 - Recognition of gain on certain transfers to certain foreign trusts and estates
§ 2461 note - Mode of recovery
§ 3720D - Garnishment
§ 4321 - Congressional declaration of purpose
§ 3501 - Purposes
§ 3502 - Definitions
§ 3503 - Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs
§ 3504 - Authority and functions of Director
§ 3505 - Assignment of tasks and deadlines
§ 3506 - Federal agency responsibilities
§ 3507 - Public information collection activities; submission to Director; approval and delegation
§ 3508 - Determination of necessity for information; hearing
§ 3509 - Designation of central collection agency
§ 3510 - Cooperation of agencies in making information available
§ 3511 - Establishment and operation of Government Information Locator Service
§ 3512 - Public protection
§ 3513 - Director review of agency activities; reporting; agency response
§ 3514 - Responsiveness to Congress
§ 3515 - Administrative powers
§ 3516 - Rules and regulations
§ 3517 - Consultation with other agencies and the public
§ 3518 - Effect on existing laws and regulations
§ 3519 - Access to information
§ 3520 - Establishment of task force on information collection and dissemination
§ 3521 - Authorization of appropriations
Title 16 published on 14-Jun-2017 03:58
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 16 CFR Part 1 after this date.
The Federal Trade Commission is publishing a policy that permits indemnification of FTC employees in appropriate circumstances, as determined by the Commission or the Commission's designee, for claims made against them as a result of actions taken by them in the scope of their employment.
The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC” or “Commission”) is confirming certain amendments made on an interim final basis to the civil penalty amounts within its jurisdiction in June 2016 and implementing further adjustments to the civil penalty amounts within its jurisdiction to account for inflation, as required by law.
Pursuant to the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act, as amended, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC” or “Commission”) is increasing the maximum civil penalty amounts within its jurisdiction, as required by the Federal Civil Penalty Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015.
The FTC is publishing procedures for the administrative collection of debts, including those arising under judgments and orders of the Commission. These procedures, where applicable, will allow the use of administrative offset and tax refund offset to satisfy such debts. The use of these tools is expected to enhance the FTC's enforcement and collection efforts. The FTC is also making a technical revision to its existing rule for administrative garnishment of non-Federal wages to update the name of the Treasury Department agency responsible for cross-servicing debts.
The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC” or “Commission”) is increasing certain civil penalty amounts within its jurisdiction, as required by law. These adjustments reflect inflation since the penalty amounts were last adjusted.
The FTC is codifying the control numbers that have been issued by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for information collection requirements in Commission rules that are approved under the Paperwork Reduction Act. Control numbers will be centrally located in a table in our regulations.