Federal Trace Commission Makes Announcement Regarding Their Investigation Into Google

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) today announced mobile cramming operator Andrew Bachman has agreed to settle charges by surrendering more than $1.2 million in assets. While the settlement includes a monetary judgment of more than $97 million, it is partially suspended based on Bachman’s inability to pay the full amount, after he turns over nearly all of his assets. Among them are the following items: The contents of four bank accounts, less $4,500. Two vehicles: a 2012 Ferrari 458 Italia and a 2012 Mercedes G550 SUV. Shares in a number of startup companies. Jewelry items, including three Audemars watches, one…

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