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Telecoms to reinstate data caps after lifting them for shelter-in-place

If you’re among the lucky few who can work from home, chances are you’re eating up a lot of your data in Zoom meetings. All…

PG&E changes leaders for a post-bankruptcy era fraught with challenges

Crimes previously committed by Pacific Gas and Electric Co. hung over Bill Johnson for the entire time he was chief executive of the…

Column: With its Sprint merger in the bag, T-Mobile is already backing away from its promises

The wireless companies T-Mobile and Sprint promised regulators essentially that nirvana awaited society if they could only win approval…

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PG&E Says “Trust Us”- We Say Why Would We?

Can you blame us? PG&E, the criminal felon responsible for the deaths of over 100 of its customers, wants pre-payment of $1.4 billion of your money, ostensibly for wildfire safety.

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GET ICE OUT OF OUR REFRIGERATORS- S...

The problem: Farfetched as it seems, smart meters can give away an enormous amount of information about customers, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) wants it.  Federal immigration authorities are

Who Owns Your Personal Data - You o...

Protect Your Right to Privacy Consumers should have control of their own data and information. But right now, phone companies are tracking your movements every 7 seconds, selling your

PLANNING FOR PLANNED OUTAGES

Electric companies are allowed to shut off power throughout their territories when the weather causes high risk of fires sparked by their equipment.  During a planned power shut off, landline

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