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Will Verizon’s $7.4 million fine be enough to stop companies from using personal info for marketing?
Verizon got hit with a $7.4 million dollar fine by the FCC for failing to tell customers that they could “opt out” of having the company use their personal...
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Verizon and the FCC are having a bit of a spat over Verizon’s practice of throttling “unlimited data” customers when they go past a certain amount of data....
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Yes, I know that Verizon says that they don’t throttle Netflix. I also know that watching Netflix on Verizon FiOS with 50+mbps download speeds is nearly...
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The $1200 or so Chromebook Pixel came with 2 years of 100MB per month wireless service from Verizon included. I’m literally looking at the paperwork that...
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I’m very concerned that the FCC is going to create a two tiered system where we have a slow internet for companies that don’t pay ISPs extra and a fast one...
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