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  • U.S. State Department addresses Cuban Government Allegations of Political Interference Against U.S. Chargé d’Affaires

    U.S. State Department addresses Cuban Government Allegations of Political Interference Against U.S. Chargé d’Affaires| site |


    (November 22, 2019) - - Today, the U.S. Department of State published the following statement made by U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo: The U.S. government strongly condemns the Castro regime’s accusations against our Chargé d’Affaires at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Mara Tekach. The regime has launched these baseless allegations against her in an attempt to distract the international community from its abysmal treatment of the Cuban people, especially the ongoing arbitrary detention of dissident Jose Daniel Ferrer. Nevertheless, our Chargé d’Affaires and her team at the U.S. Embassy in Havana remain steadfast as they carry out the President’s mission to defend human rights and advance the cause of democracy in Cuba. A key part of this work is to call out the Castro regime’s reprehensible human rights violations and abuses. ...
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  • Company to Pay 60 Million Dollars to Resolve FTC Allegations It Misled Consumers with ‘Unlimited Data’ Promises

    AT&T to Pay $60 Million to Resolve FTC Allegations It Misled Consumers with ‘Unlimited Data’ Promises| site |

    Wireless operator to provide refunds to current, former customers



    (November 5, 2019) - - Today (November 5, 2019), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published the following information: AT&T Mobility, LLC, will pay $60 million to settle litigation with the Federal Trade Commission over allegations that the wireless provider misled millions of its smartphone customers by charging them for “unlimited” data plans while reducing their data speeds. In a complaint filed in 2014, the FTC alleged that AT&T failed to adequately disclose to its unlimited data plan customers that, if they reach a certain amount of data use in a given billing cycle, AT&T would reduce—or “throttle”—their data speeds to the point that many common mobile phone applications, such as web browsing and video streaming, became difficult or nearly impossible to...
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  • MoneyGram Agrees to Pay 125 Million Dollars to Settle Allegations that the Company Violated the FTC’s 2009 Order and Breached a 2012 DOJ Deferred Prosecution Agreement

    MoneyGram Agrees to Pay $125 Million to Settle Allegations that the Company Violated the FTC’s 2009 Order and Breached a 2012 DOJ Deferred Prosecution Agreement



    (November 8, 2018) - - Today, the Federal Trade Commission published the following information:

    MoneyGram International, Inc. has agreed to pay $125 million to settle allegations that the company failed to take steps required under a 2009 Federal Trade Commission order to crack down on fraudulent money transfers that cost U.S. consumers millions of dollars.

    The $125 million payment is part of a global settlement that resolves allegations that MoneyGram also violated a separate 2012 deferred prosecution agreement with the Department of Justice. “The FTC’s 2009 order required MoneyGram to protect consumers from fraud through its money transfer system, and today we are holding MoneyGram accountable for its fai
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    U.S. State Department addresses Cuban Government Allegations of Political Interference Against U.S. Chargé d’Affaires
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    U.S. State Department addresses Cuban Government Allegations of Political Interference Against U.S. Chargé d’Affaires| site |


    (November 22, 2019) - - Today, the U.S. Department of State published the following statement made by U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo: The U.S. government strongly condemns the Castro regime’s accusations against our Chargé d’Affaires at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Mara Tekach. The regime has launched these baseless allegations against her in an attempt to distract the international community from its abysmal treatment of the Cuban people, especially the ongoing arbitrary detention of dissident Jose Daniel Ferrer. Nevertheless, our Chargé d’Affaires and her team at the U.S. Embassy in Havana remain steadfast as they carry out the President’s mission to defend human rights and advance the cause of democracy in Cuba. A key part of this work is to call out the Castro regime’s reprehensible human rights violations and abuses. ...
    11-25-2019, 09:31 AM
  • Staff Reporter 1
    Company to Pay 60 Million Dollars to Resolve FTC Allegations It Misled Consumers with ‘Unlimited Data’ Promises
    by Staff Reporter 1
    AT&T to Pay $60 Million to Resolve FTC Allegations It Misled Consumers with ‘Unlimited Data’ Promises| site |

    Wireless operator to provide refunds to current, former customers



    (November 5, 2019) - - Today (November 5, 2019), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published the following information: AT&T Mobility, LLC, will pay $60 million to settle litigation with the Federal Trade Commission over allegations that the wireless provider misled millions of its smartphone customers by charging them for “unlimited” data plans while reducing their data speeds. In a complaint filed in 2014, the FTC alleged that AT&T failed to adequately disclose to its unlimited data plan customers that, if they reach a certain amount of data use in a given billing cycle, AT&T would reduce—or “throttle”—their data speeds to the point that many common mobile phone applications, such as web browsing and video streaming, became difficult or nearly impossible to...
    11-16-2019, 12:46 AM
  • Staff Reporter 1
    MoneyGram Agrees to Pay 125 Million Dollars to Settle Allegations that the Company Violated the FTC’s 2009 Order and Breached a 2012 DOJ Deferred Prosecution Agreement
    by Staff Reporter 1
    MoneyGram Agrees to Pay $125 Million to Settle Allegations that the Company Violated the FTC’s 2009 Order and Breached a 2012 DOJ Deferred Prosecution Agreement



    (November 8, 2018) - - Today, the Federal Trade Commission published the following information:

    MoneyGram International, Inc. has agreed to pay $125 million to settle allegations that the company failed to take steps required under a 2009 Federal Trade Commission order to crack down on fraudulent money transfers that cost U.S. consumers millions of dollars.

    The $125 million payment is part of a global settlement that resolves allegations that MoneyGram also violated a separate 2012 deferred prosecution agreement with the Department of Justice. “The FTC’s 2009 order required MoneyGram to protect consumers from fraud through its money transfer system, and today we are holding MoneyGram accountable for its fai
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    11-10-2018, 09:14 AM

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