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It's all for you: Time Warner Cable and its parent company Charter Communications are trying to defend a confusing “broadcast TV” fee, claiming that it’s part of the company’s “simple to understand” strategy.

Just trust me: Upselling is one thing, but a new report claims that some Office Depot employees are falsely claiming computers are infected with viruses in order to meet sales goals. 

Every call you take: The bad news is, your phone is sending all your call records to Apple when iCloud is turned on. The good news is, we can tell you how to disable iCloud on your iPhone, iPad, or other iDevice.

Please hire my idiot son: How much does it cost to settle corruption allegations for hiring friends and family of government officials at a major bank? If you’re JPMorgan Chase, about $264 million.

Locked out: Some folks who ordered Google Pixel phones and then resold them are reportedly finding themselves locked out of their Google accounts, potentially causing a lot of headaches for anyone who enjoys having access to their stuff.

“1.4 million Americans living in rural areas without LTE service will continue to be so deprived. They deserve better from this commission.” — FCC Chair Tom Wheeler, calling on President-elect Donald Trump’s incoming administration to put consumer protection before the desires of the telecom, pay-TV, and wireless industries.

“If they actually did what they said and cared about customers they wouldn’t have started this program. Customers are unaware they are being taken advantage of.” — An Office Depot employee tells KIRO-TV of the company's computer diagnostic test that allegedly shows nonexistent viruses or malware in order to sell services
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