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Take action against Sprint: Goodbye, John Legere: CEO leaves as T-Mobile completes Sprint merger

From Ars Technica: T-Mobile completed its $31 billion acquisition of Sprint today and announced that CEO John Legere has resigned from the carrier's top job a month sooner than planned. With today's close, T-Mobile said it...

OAN panics as DirecTV drops network, asks viewers to find “dirt” on AT&T chairman, according to Ars Technica

From Ars Technica: One America News is in panic mode after DirecTV decided to drop the right-wing network from its channel lineup. OAN host Dan Ball on Monday night urged viewers to dig up "dirt" on...

Take action against PayPal: PayPal stole users’ money after freezing, seizing funds, lawsuit alleges

From Ars Technica: PayPal is facing a class-action lawsuit alleging that the digital payments company violated racketeering laws by freezing customer funds without offering an explanation. When users contacted PayPal about the frozen funds, they were...

Take action against Comcast: Comcast trying to “torpedo” Biden FCC pick Gigi Sohn, advocacy group says

From Ars Technica: Comcast's hiring of a new lobbyist is part of an attempt to "torpedo" President Joe Biden's nomination of Gigi Sohn to the Federal Communications Commission, advocacy group Free Press alleged yesterday. "Comcast just...

Latest T-Mobile customer news: T-Mobile says it isn’t widely blocking iCloud Private Relay, blames iOS bug

From Ars Technica: T-Mobile has responded to complaints that it is blocking iCloud Private Relay on iPhones, saying that the block only affects subscribers who enabled parental controls or other types of content filtering. T-Mobile...

Take action against T-Mobile: T-Mobile, Amazon, and others are backing out of CES 2022 amid COVID resurgence

From Ars Technica: After an all-virtual Consumer Electronics Show in 2021, it was looking like January 2022's CES would go back to being an in-person event. Though the Consumer Technology Association is forging ahead with...

Take action against Comcast: Comcast delays data caps in Northeast US for at least another year

From Ars Technica: Comcast says it won't deploy data caps in the Northeast US in 2022, giving another year's reprieve to 12 states and a few other areas where Comcast customers don't face overage fees....

Verizon overrides users’ opt-out preferences in push to collect browsing history, according to Ars Technica

From Ars Technica: Verizon is automatically enrolling customers in a new version of a program that scans mobile users' browser histories—even when those same users previously opted out of the program when it had a...

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Wells Fargo customers take note: The Sixers rocked the Wells Fargo Center

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: They have won every game Harden has played for them. Feels like something special is brewing. The...

Hold PayPal responsible: PayPal Hides Pay-Later Plan’s Overdraft Fee Risk, Suit Says

From Bloomberg Law: PayPal Inc. falsely touts its “Pay in 4" installment program to low-income customers as a free service,...

Take action against Wells Fargo: In latest Zelle scam, Wells Fargo customers lose thousands after fraudsters pose as bank employees

From WABC-TV: CONCORD, Calif. -- Amid the rise in popularity of quick-pay apps, scammers are also increasingly using digital payment...