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Al Franken Exposes Comcast Hypocrisy

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As Comcast seeks Congressional approval for their merger with NBC, Senator Al Franken notes that out of one side of Comcastcast's mouth they claim the FCC will keep them from abusing their almost monopolist status, and out of the other, their lawyers are claiming the FCC has no jurisdiction in enforcing their decisions.

It's refreshing to see a politician finally act appropriately when he's being blatantly lied to. And especially interesting to see the CEO of NBC, Al Franken's old boss, cow tow to him now that he's a senator.

I think Franken has probably blown his chances to host SNL.

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Comcast Caught Filtering Political E-Mails

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American online activist David Swanson alleges that Comcast and Symantec have blocked emails drawing attention to the so-called Downing Street memo, which activists have seized on as proof that the last Iraq war was planned in advance.

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Comcast Sued For Selling Out Their Customers

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A Washington mother of two is suing Comcast for releasing her personal information to the RIAA, who then unleashed a collection agency to extort $4500 from her for downloading copyrighted music, or face legal action. The issue here is that Comcast burped out customer information without appropriate legal due process. Let this be a lesson to cable Internet customers... companies like Comcast don't respect your rights. At least DSL from telephone companies are more respectful of customers' privacy.

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