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Frontier Sued over Allegations that Its DSL Service Is Slower than Advertised

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”), and a bipartisan group of five state AGs and two California district attorneys, sued Internet service provider Frontier Communications Corporation (“Frontier”) over allegations that it charged consumers for higher-speed Internet service than it actually provided in violation of the FTC Act and state consumer protection laws.

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Attorneys General Take Aim at Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Cards

The National Association of Attorneys General (“NAAG”) sent a letter signed by a bipartisan group of 45 AGs to Twitter, Inc., eBay, Inc., and Shopify urging them to prevent the use of their platforms for selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards. According to the letter, blank or fraudulently completed vaccine cards bearing the Centers for Disease…

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Bipartisan Group of Attorneys General Urge FCC to Help Increase Access to Remote Learning

A bipartisan group of 30 AGs, led by Colorado AG Phil Weiser and Nebraska AG Doug Peterson, submitted a comment letter to the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) urging the FCC to expand its E-Rate program, which provides funding for expanding school and library broadband connectivity to support remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. The letter…

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