Consumer Watchdog is running this TV ad in the district of CA State Senator Ed Hernandez after the revelation that he has received more than $350,000 from the states' largest health care plan, Kaiser, while chairing the CA Senate Health Committee. The video shows...
Consumer Watchdog's "Google Track Team" Visits The Capitol, while Google CEO Eric Schmidt answers questions about the company's apparent monopoly over online activities.
Google's information monopoly extends from 70% of the search market to 95% of the mobile search market. But Google refuses to respect our "Do Not Track" wishes. This 3rd installment of the animated "Don't Be Evil" series uses the...
Fighting to Redress Overcharged Consumers After Merger of Wireless Giants
(Coneff v. AT&T Corp.)
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington, No. 2:06-cv-00944-RSM
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, No. 09-35563
Following the 2004...
Billionaire George Joseph, chairman of insurer Mercury General Corp. and tied as the 375th richest man in America, has launched a ballot initiative claiming to offer drivers a discount. What his ballot initiative really does is surcharge those who didn't have...
Consumer Watchdog's Jerry Flanagan discusses the anticipated 20% - 80% reduction in price for several name-brand drugs whose patents will expire in the next few months.
Consumer Watchdog's Doug Heller discusses how most airlines are raising their rates just as they should be dropping them due to reduced taxes.
In Joel Grover's investigative report, Consumer Watchdog's Jamie Court explaining why the City of Los Angeles owes some consumers a lot of money.
Consumer Watchdog's Carmen Balber discusses the grave situation of being mistakenly declared dead.
Bloomberg America's interview with Consumer Watchdog President Jamie Court about Consumer Watchdog's letter to the White House calling for the President to distance himself from Google's executives while the company is under criminal and anti-trust...