The Commission reduced the penalties by 88 percent due to 'inability to pay'
Both deals were cleared by regulators when they occurred
They aren't suspected of doing anything wrong; the Commission just wants to see their records
The 'Acceptable Ads' whitelist is under fire again
The social giant may be forced to keep its apps separate
Google gets another probing
The money will be doled out to the 3.5 million+ customers the company 'scammed'
Devumi's owner was hit with a $2.5 million fine
Google and YouTube hit with record $170 million fine for violating Children's Online Privacy Protection Act
YouTube allegedly served targeted ads to kids
Critics believe the fine is too small for a high caliber company
Publishers like Bethesda, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft are in
Even if it is the 'safest,' the agency says you cannot say that
The $5 billion fine was only the beginning of more headaches for the company
The response for cash payments has been 'overwhelming'
The 16-month probe ends with a record fine
Should the Feds have made an example out of Facebook?
The FTC is coming for big tech
This could be the biggest fine yet
Lawmakers want answers, including how the commission calculated the fine
This isn't how punishment is meant to work
The vote was predictably split among party lines
Companies and individuals are listed in the legal actions
Is a formal investigation in the works?
Some adult users are facing criminal charges for contacting minors via the apps
Privacy groups say such a council would 'have no teeth'