Today In Terrible Arguments Against Net Neutrality: Monopoly Eras And Fees On Bills

Today In Terrible Arguments Against Net Neutrality: Monopoly Eras And Fees On BillsIt’s been a busy day for tech talk in Washington. Today, both the House and the Senate held hearings on net neutrality and a proposed bill to regulate it. A parade of former regulators, lobbyists, business representatives, lawyers, and consumer advocates sat on Capitol Hill and once again hashed through the debate, while elsewhere in the District, a current FCC commissioner was giving a lunchtime speech about why the FCC shouldn’t regulate at all.

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Class-Action Suit Over Shortchanged Walmart Returns Allowed To Move Forward

Class Action Suit Over Shortchanged Walmart Returns Allowed To Move Forward

(Mike Mozart)

While Walmart customers enjoy the ability to return items to any of the retailer’s locations, a number of these shoppers have claimed over the years that they were getting less for their returns than they should have because of sales tax differences between the purchase and return locations. Last week, a federal judge allowed a pending class action regarding shortchanged Walmart customers to continue.

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