T MOBILE

T-Mobile Allegedly Took Millions From Bogus Charges According To The Federal Trade Commission

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The FTC claims that T-Mobile utilized bogus charges to make hundreds of millions of dollars from customers.

open internet

The FCC’s New Net Neutrality Rules: What You Need To Know

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The FCC is trying to salvage net neutrality... by going the passive-aggressive route.

NET NEUTRALITY

The FCC Has Changed Its Stance On Net Neutrality And It May Spell Doom For The Internet As We Know It

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The FCC effectively killed net neutrality and your ability to Internet properly in the future.

#BEYONCE

Ranking Our Favorite Complaints The FCC Received Over Beyoncé’s Grammys Performance

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Moms everywhere were OUTRAGED by Beyonce at the 2014 Grammys. Here are our favorite complaints.

#Miley Cyrus

Ranking Our Favorite Complaints The FCC Received About Miley Cyrus’s VMAs Performance

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The FCC received 150 complains about Miley Cyrus's VMAs performance. Here are our favorites.

Sports

The FCC Will Let David Ortiz Be

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In his pre-game tribute to the city of Boston, Red Sox slugger David Ortiz let the F-word slip and the FCC commissioner Tweeted his support in this case.

#BEYONCE

'Her Butt Almost Showed,' And Other Hilarious FCC Complaints Of Beyoncé's Halftime Show

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Take a look at the complaints the FCC received after Beyoncé's Super Bowl halftime show.

#game of thrones

Republicans Want To Take Away Your Internet Porn and 'Game of Thrones' Sexposition

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As part of the new GOP platform, Republicans are looking to bring more obscenity prosecutions and extend the FCC's power to cable channels.

paris hilton

The Supreme Court Hears the Argument For and Against TV Nudity

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<a href="http://www.shutterstock.com/index-in.mhtml"> Earlier this week, the Federal Communications Commission and Fox Television Stations went before the Supreme Court to argue whether the FCC’s current indecency standards are too vague. (They are.) It’s an attempt by lovers of boobs and the F-word everywhere to overturn a ruling from 1978, which banned TV and radio material deemed “indecent, but not obscene.” Because the FCC said so, that’s why. From the <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/11/opinion/one-first-amendment.html">New York Times</a>: The FCC’s policy prohibits indecent material and profane speech between 6 a.

#COMMERCIALS

Commercials Will Now Only Annoy You at a Normal Volume

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Have you ever thought, "Gee, is this Luvs <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1amuXTIR3qI">commercial</a> with the three babies on stage competing to see who can take the largest dump much louder than the episode of "Swamp Loggers" I'm watching, or am I just crazy.

#Animals

All The Animal News That’s Fit To Print

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Animal News The bobcat seen above climbed a 40-foot-tall cactus in Arizona to hide from a mountain lion.

#GOOGLE

Is Samsung Poised For A Bigger Year?

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At the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung is expected to announce its next big Galaxy item, this time in the form of a media-playing device, much like the iPod Touch.

TV/Movies

Is This The End For Bootlegged Movies?

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<a href="http://consumerist.com/2010/05/studios-want-to-send-new-blockbusters-straight-to-your-living-room.html"> How would you have liked to watch Iron Man 2 last weekend from the comfort of your home? Let me rephrase that. How would you have liked to legally watch Iron Man 2 last weekend from the comfort of your home? If <a href="http://consumerist.com/2010/05/studios-want-to-send-new-blockbusters-straight-to-your-living-room.html">the MPAA has its way</a> that day may be on the horizon.

News

MPAA going Big Brother all over your ass

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The long and short of this story is that the assh*les at the FCC gave the go-ahead to the assh*les at the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) to get all up in your cable box's guts.

#FAMILY GUY

Dog Eats Poop, People Mad

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I don't really enjoy Family Guy like I did when I was 17, but Sunday's episode -- the first one I've seen in years -- was outstanding, mostly because it was 30 minutes of Brian and Stewie trapped in a bank vault.


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