www.theverge.com - 2 years ago

Comcast agrees to pay $33.4 million for publishing 'unlisted' customer info

Comcast and the state of California have reached a settlement that will see the company pay out $33.4 million for publishing customer contact data that was meant to remain unlisted from public view. $25 million of that will be split between California's General Fund and the Attorney General's office, with the remaining $8.4 million directed to refunds for the roughly 75,000 consumers who paid Comcast to keep their info private.

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