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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is a federal agency in the United States tasked with promoting consumer protection and preventing anticompetitive business practices. Established in 1914, the FTC enforces a variety of laws aimed at ensuring fair competition and protecting consumers from deceptive or unfair business practices. It investigates allegations of fraud, false advertising, and violations of consumer rights, working to maintain a competitive marketplace where businesses operate ethically and consumers are informed and protected. The FTC also provides guidance on consumer protection issues, conducts research into industry practices, and educates the public about their rights under federal law. Through its enforcement actions and policy initiatives, the FTC plays a crucial role in safeguarding consumer interests and promoting economic competition across industries.

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