Exam3 - FC2

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1. Be heard 2. Be informed 3. Privacy 4. Choose 5. Safety 1. Complex products 2. Advertising 3. Specialized services 4. Product safety
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Reasons for the consumer movement: Rights of consumers:
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Right to Safety Right to be Informed
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Protection against misleading advertising and labeling; given the facts to make an informed purchasing decision. Protection against the marketing of goods that are hazardous to health or life.
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Right to be Heard Right to Choose
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Assurance of access to a variety of products and services and competitive prices. Assurance that consumer interests will receive fair consideration in government policy and courts.
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Consumer Protection Laws Right to Privacy
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Assurance that information disclosed in a commercial transaction is not shared with others. Goals include providing consumers with better information when making purchases and protecting consumers against possible hazards.
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Federal Trade Commission Consumer Protection Laws
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Goals include promoting competitive pricing, promoting consumer choice, and protecting privacy. Main responsibilities include competitive pricing, deceptive trade practices, packaging and labeling, consumer credit disclosure and reporting, and online privacy.
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Consumer Product Safety Commission Food and Drug Administration
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Main responsibilities include safety, effectiveness and labeling of drugs, foods, food additives, cosmetics, and medical devices, standards for radiation exposure, and toxic chemicals Main responsibilities include safety standards for consumer products, flammable fabrics, hazardous substances, and poison prevention packaging.
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research.
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Department of Justice; National Transportation Safety Board National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
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