How come no one goes to jail for 'cramming'?

Sticking consumers with unauthorized charges on their phone bills is stealing

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So the Federal Communications Commission wants to step up its campaign against "cramming" charges on phone bills. How nice.

Cramming, if you're unfamiliar with the term, is the placement of unauthorized charges onto a customer's monthly phone bill. According to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, 20 million Americans each year are victims of cramming.

[Also see: FCC gives tips for avoiding phone bill 'cramming' charges]

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