According to a report from Nieman Lab he in their study found that out of 526 news organizations in the U.S., only 41% of them made it easy for users to sign up for their contributions online. Some of these publications require customers to call to compliment, and then they talk to trained customer service representatives to try to mislead customers from being unsure.
So. said the FTC they will increase resilience against such practices. According to Samuel Levine, Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, “Today’s statement of enforcement policies makes it clear that consumers are tricked into signing up for enrollment programs or trapped when they try to cancel illegally. Companies that install dark patterns and other dirty tricks should be noted.
This means that if you can sign up for a service online, you should also be able to cancel that service in the same way.