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T-Mobile’s actions raise corruption concerns, as the merger requires approval by the Trump administration.
Wireless companies are selling their customers’ location data to third party customers, including bounty hunters.
“Frontier Communications has failed to provide adequate, reliable phone and Internet service to its Minnesota customers,” according to an investigation by the MN Commerce Department.
For years, Facebook exempted many tech companies from its standard privacy rules without disclosure to users, trading access to users’ data in exchange for advertising buys.
Sprint will pay $330 million to settle allegations that it violated New York tax law for almost a decade. This is the largest-ever single state recovery under a state false claims act.