Fines

10.07.16
NFL could fine its own teams for social media posts
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NFL could fine its own teams for social media posts

New rules allow teams to use more footage filmed on game days, but ban GIFs during games.

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07.21.15
Qualcomm set to axe up to 10 percent of its workforce
07.21.15

Qualcomm set to axe up to 10 percent of its workforce

Qualcomm has been besieged by problems lately and quite a few of its employees may soon pay the pr...

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01.15.15
Transport inspectors say Uber blocked their accounts to avoid fines
01.15.15

Transport inspectors say Uber blocked their accounts to avoid fines

Uber likes to play chicken with local ride-sharing laws, hoping to keep its service in cities long...

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12.17.14
Sprint could face $105 million fine over unauthorized customer billing
12.17.14

Sprint could face $105 million fine over unauthorized customer billing

Sprint can't catch a break. As if its financial woes weren't enough, the outfit was recently accus...

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07.03.14
Minor criminals in Elite: Dangerous will incur fines, compound interest
07.03.14

Minor criminals in Elite: Dangerous will incur fines, compound interest

Frontier has published the 30th edition of its Elite: Dangerous newsletter. This issue features tid...

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12.18.13
Sweden fines pirate $650,000 for illegally sharing a single film
12.18.13

Sweden fines pirate $650,000 for illegally sharing a single film

Sure, it's no Somalia, but Sweden's been fighting plenty of its own battles against piracy -- of t...

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07.15.13
Sony agrees to pay £250K fine in UK for 2011 data breach, begrudgingly
07.15.13

Sony agrees to pay £250K fine in UK for 2011 data breach, begrudgingly

Remember the 2011 attack that crippled Sony's PlayStation Network, leaked almost a quarter million...

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09.24.12
Microsoft deliberately wasted energy at data center to avoid fine, says NY Times
09.24.12

Microsoft deliberately wasted energy at data center to avoid fine, says NY Times

Microsoft's desire to avoid a fine combined with a power company's strict electricity usage rules...

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