France fines Google for breaking 'right to be forgotten' law
The nation can't control what people access outside its borders, Google says.
Verizon can't share web activity with advertisers unless you opt in
The company must also pay a $1.35 million fine to settle with the FCC.
California fines Uber $7.6 million for not reporting driver data
Uber will pay the fine but appeal the decision.
LifeLock forced to pay $100 million FTC fine
Company charges $10 a month to protect your data, but FTC says it doesn't do that at all.
Self-balancing skateboards are illegal in New York, too
$500 if you're caught using one by a state official (with nothing better to do).
Sprint to pay $1.2 million over six-month 911 outage
Sprint neglected the service it's meant to maintain for hard-of-hearing users for nearly six months.
Comcast fined $33 million for publishing unlisted numbers
Comcast published 75,000 phone numbers that were meant to be unlisted. What happened next will not shock you. Because it got slapped with a $33.4 million fine.
AT&T rejects $100 million fine, claims it followed the rules
The carrier claims it notified customers with unlimited internet subscriptions that their speeds would be throttled one they use a certain amount of data.
T-Mobile to pay $17.5 million over last year's 911 outage
An FCC investigation revealed that two separate outages occurred on T-Mobile's network last year, lasting around three hours total. During that time, around 50 million customers were unable to call 911 from their phones.