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Wrongful Billing Earns Comcast 'Biggest Cable Fine Ever'

Comcast has just been hit with what CNNMoney calls the "FCC's biggest cable fine ever." The company must pay a $2.3 million penalty after federal regulators found it charged customers for services and equipment they never requested. Customers had registered more than 1,000 complaints in 2014 claiming they...
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