Violated FCC's Open Internet Transparency Rule
In 2014 and 2015, Verizon was found secretly inserting a small piece of web code into all mobile web traffic to track its customers for advertisement purposes. The so-called “supercookies” were unavoidable, with no way to opt-out, even if customers opted out of advertisements. As of this week, the wireless giant finally had the case settled in court at the tune of a rather small $1.35 million fine by the FCC.
A load of leaking toilet
Snaps of the toilet-themed android-powered, overpriced BlackBerry Priv have appeared online.
An ad supported App
Verizon is about to launch its Go90 free prime time TV viewing app that will offer premium content and YouTube like clips, for free.
Well you are not using it
We want more press releases
Otelini’s project was doomed
Foot in the door on the data centre
In the US at least
Unless they pay missing man’s phone bill
Meanwhile, T-Mobile has fastest 3.5G service