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Leave it to the US Federal Communications Commission to stick it to nefarious corporate overreaching: USA Today reports the FCC just slammed Google with a $US25,000 fine for collecting private information about American Wi-Fi networks. That’ll stop ‘em!
Nokia got busted by ACMA today to the tune of $55,000 for sending out spam SMS to customers. Ouch!
Remember when Verizon recently said “sorry” to 15 million of its mobile phone customers for overcharging them to the tune of $US52.8 million? So does the FCC, which just levied a massive $US25 million fine against them for the error.
Police quotas – mandatory numbers for nailing you with parking tickets and traffic violations – have always been one of those unconfirmed realities of urban living. But the New York Times has new proof, exposing an agenda from the top at the New York Police Department.
Getting a speeding fine is enough to drive anyone to road-rage, but Brian McCrary decided to do something entirely different with his rage. While browsing the local police department’s website, he saw the domain was close to expiring…
Nine chip makers – including heavy hitters like Samsung and Hitachi – have collectively been fined $US404 million by the European Commission over DRAM price fixing. Cartels: they’re not just for drug lords anymore.