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Report Shows Mobile Carriers Made Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars From Unauthorized Charges

A man uses a smartphone in New York City

‘Cramming on wireless phones has been widespread and has caused consumers substantial harm’

Verizon's New Rewards Program Could Track You

The Verizon building in New York

Want to earn Verizon points? Gotta let ‘em track you … so they can ADVERTISE

Hey, NSA: Don't Spy On People, Or They'll Stop Using Verizon

Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks during a forum with Greek entrepreneurs in Athens

Germany will end its contract with Verizon eight months after accusing the NSA of bugging German phones

FCC Fed Up, Will Investigate Online Streaming

FCC Fed Up, Will Investigate Online Streaming

Service problems have plagued consumers

Government Requested Data From Phone Companies Every 60 Seconds Last Year

Men are silhouetted against a video screen with Vodafone and Verizon texts as they pose with Blackberry Q10 and Samsung Galaxy S3 in this photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica

Actual number likely much higher

The FCC disincentive auction

Sky News broadcast is shown on television screens in an electrical store in Edinburgh

The Federal Communications Commission’s upcoming “incentive” auction of TV airwaves is already at war with itself.

Online video competition's tipping point just tipped

A man tries to get connected to the youtube web site with his tablet at a cafe in Istanbul

Several big recent changes have converged to create a tipping point for new broad scale, over-the-top (OTT) video competition

The government asked Verizon for customer data 320,000 times last year

The Verizon building in New York

‘Telecom providers receive more government demands than companies in perhaps any other industry’

Shareholders: Time for Verizon and AT&T to fess up on data collection

An advertisement for AT&T appears on a Verizon branded scoreboard at New Meadowlands Stadium

‘If a customer is concerned about their privacy perhaps being compromised, they could switch to another service’

Verizon says when it comes to protecting your data, 'don't look at us'

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Most high-profile tech companies have remained quiet so as to avoid fueling the outrage over privacy

Verizon accused of violating FCC rules by blocking Nexus 7 from its 4G LTE network

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Surprise, surprise: Verizon is being accused of ignoring the Federal Communications Commission’s rules on what it can do with its spectrum.

NSA declassifies documents on domestic phone surveillance, essentially confirms what everyone knew

(AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

Heavily-redacted docs shed no new light on domestic surveillance programs

Feds demand web companies turn over users' passwords, encryption algorithms

AFP PHOTO / Saeed Khan (Photo credit should read SAEED KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Anonymous internet industry source claims companies ‘push back’

US to prosecute NSA whistleblower Snowden

FBI Director Robert Mueller

Intelligence officials fear that he may be attempting to defect to China

Senate hearing delays NSA chief answers on phone spying

NSA Surveillance

‘I want people the American people to know we’re being transparent’

GALLUP: 53 percent of Americans disapprove of domestic phone spying

Verizon Phone Records

Americans are also split over whether they think that Snowden did the right thing

Lawsuits mount against U.S. government

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The Obama administration and top lawmakers overseeing the intelligence community have been reeling from the backlash

Jack Welch, Bill Maher, Lindsey Graham: We support Obama's NSA

(AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Left and right rally for executive power after news of NSA spying on law-abiding Americans

Verizon security chief used to be high level official at FBI

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He was in charge of the bureau's Criminal, Cyber, Response and Services Branch.

New app claims to prevent government eavesdropping on cell phones

Phone Records

National Security Agency has forced Verizon to turn over phone records