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FCC Fines Comcast After It Charges Customers For Services They Didn’t Order

Comcast agreed to pay the largest civil penalty the FCC has assessed a cable operator to resolve an agency investigation into charges for services and equipment that consumers did not request. The cable giant will pay a $2.3 million fine, and implement a five-year plan to end what the FCC says was "negative option billing." That put the burden on subscribers to complain when Comcast charge
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