FCC Fines Mobile Carriers $200 Million

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The nation’s leading mobile carriers are being hit with hefty fines by the FCC for illegally sharing access to customers’ location data without consent.  In a news release on Monday, the Federal Communications Commission said T-Mobile is being fined more than 80-million-dollars, A-T-and-T more than 57-million-dollars, and Verizon just under 47-million.  The FCC also issued a 12-million-dollar fine to Sprint, which was purchased by T-Mobile.  The fines cap a four-year investigation that began under the Trump administration.  All of the carriers said they intend to appeal.

***Courtesy of Total Traffic News***

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