What is the purpose of the federal trade commission, and where does it get its authority?
ii cant do www.ftc.gov because tht website gives me nothing
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Pat gave you good advice. But, may I add: just Google "Federal Trade Commission" and see what you get.
But to answer your question: the Federal Trade Commission is part of the Executive Branch of government. Its creation was authorized by an Act of Congress and gets funded via the annual Federal budget. It regulates the many aspects of trade, which you can imagine has expanded exponentially since it was created.
I'll leave the rest of the "information mining" to you and your Google search/es.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Now why can't you do that?
Try READING THE PAGE.
AT THE BOTTOM LEFT CORNER OF THE FRONT PAGE, CLICK "ABOUT US".
YOU'LL FIND MORE THAN YOU'LL EVER WANT TO KNOW.