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A multimillion-dollar privacy lawsuit has been filed against Comcast's broadband Internet Service.

Approximately one million Comcast Internet customers had their Web surfing habits tracked by Comcast earlier this year.

Comcast admitted that for a period of six weeks it had been recording information such as the IP (Internet protocol) address of customers' computers as well as Web pages they visited, but discontinued the practice following news reports and customer complaints.

The lawsuit alleges that Comcast violated the Cable TV Privacy Act of 1984, and asks the court to award $100 per day for each day of violation or up to $1,000 for all affected Comcast customers.

If you feel you qualify for damages or remedies that might be awarded in this class action please fill in our form on the right to submit your complaint.

If your injustice does not match the complaint described above, please use this form to register your complaint. Thank you.
Last updated August 1 2008


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Comcast made an unauthorized transaction against my bank account and are denying it. They are blaming the bank.

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FCC requires that phone service still works when power goes off. Comcast's answer to the FCC was to install batteries in their modems. Many Comcast customers need amplifiers for their service. The amps require power and do not have a battery back up. If power goes out, the amplifier goes off and phone service is down.

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