3 Cos. Will Pay $4.4M Over Cribbed Net Neutrality Comments

Law360 (May 6, 2021, 12:29 PM EDT) -- Three marketing companies will pay a combined total of $4.4 million to settle claims that they flooded the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality docket with comments that used stolen identities, New York's attorney general announced Thursday.

A demonstrator holds a net neutrality sign in December 2017. New York's attorney general said Thursday that three marketing companies will pay a combined $4.4 million to settle claims they flooded the FCC's net neutrality docket with fraudulent comments. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images) Fluent Inc., Opt-Intelligence Inc. and React2Media Inc. collectively posted over 5 million fraudulent comments in the 2017 rulemaking that repealed Obama-era...

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