The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced that it will fine wireless carrier AT & T 100-million dollars for misleading customers over its “unlimited” data plans. The commission says AT & T throttle data speeds without telling its customers. The wireless carrier says it’s common industry practice to slow down speeds when a customer reaches their data-use limit. The FCC claims the practice violates Net neutrality rules. AT & T says it will “vigorously dispute” the decision.
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