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Feds Order Comcast to Cough Up Millions for Shady Billing Practices

In a win for frustrated Comcast customers everywhere, the FCC has ordered the vampiric media conglomerate to cough up $2.3 million—“the largest civil penalty assessed from a cable operator”— for sketchy billing practices. Read more....
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