This undated handout image provided by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) shows an advertisement for the `Your Baby Can Read' program. The man behind the `Your Baby Can Read' program _ videos claiming to teach infants to read _ is in trouble with the FTC. The FTC has filed false and deceptive advertising charges against the creator, Robert Titzer, for promoting the program in ads and product packaging as a tool to teach infants as young as nine months to read. The `Your Baby Can Read' program used a combination of videos, flash cards and pop-up books and was advertised extensively on television, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. (AP Photo/FTC)

This undated handout image provided by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) shows an advertisement for the `Your Baby Can Read' program. The man behind the `Your Baby Can Read' program _ videos claiming to teach infants to read _ is in trouble with the FTC. The FTC has filed false and deceptive advertising charges against the creator, Robert Titzer, for promoting the program in ads and product packaging as a tool to teach infants as young as nine months to read. The `Your Baby Can Read' program used a combination of videos, flash cards and pop-up books and was advertised extensively on television, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. (AP Photo/FTC)