Thousands of Comcast customers will be getting a refund after the cable company published their personal information online.
Comcast reached a $33 million settlement over claims that it published names, addresses and phone numbers for 75,000 VoIP customers who wanted their information kept private. The company will pay customers $100 and refund fees customers paid for the service. Thousands of law enforcement officers, judges, and crime victims said the breach placed them in danger.
Comcast customers to receive refund in settlement
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