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Wireless Carriers Learn Costly Lesson in Customer Data Protection Compliance

The FCC has issued fines of nearly $200 million against four major wireless carriers for illegally sharing access to customers’ location information without consent.

U.S. FCC Proposes $200 Million Fine for Failure to Protect Consumer Location Data

The country’s four biggest wireless carriers face fines of over $200 million following an...

AT&T, Time Warner, & The FCC Question

Will the FCC get in the way of the $84 billion merger between Time Warner and AT&T?

FCC Reaches Settlement with AT&T Over Unauthorized Wireless Operations

Telecommunications provider AT&T has reached a settlement with the Enforcement Bureau of the U.S....

AT&T Fined $100 Million for Misleading Consumers

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed a monetary forfeiture of $100 million...
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AT&T to Pay $25 Million for Privacy Violations

In its largest privacy and data security enforcement action to date, the U.S. Federal...

AT&T Fined $52 Million for Mishandling Electronic Waste

AT&T has settled with the state of California as part of a settlement that...

AT&T to Pay $100 Million for Cramming

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced a settlement with AT&T Mobility in...

AT&T penalized for changing data plans

AT&T has agreed to pay $700,000 to settle complaints that it switched the wireless...

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