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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileOn Tuesday social networking site Facebook settled a lawsuit from an Indiana woman over text messages sent to her mobile phone after the initial recipient had given up the phone number.Lindsey Abrams of Patriot, Ind., had claimed in her suit that she received text messages with explicit comments and other upsetting content and had to pay 10 cents each time. The messages, she said in her claim, were intended for the person who previously owned the phone number. When the phone carrier “recycled” the number and gave it to her, the messages also came with it.Facebook settled the suit, paying her legal fees, without admitting to any wrongdoing.
Blecher says forcing consumers to take channels they don’t want inflates their monthly bill, so he wants television providers to offer them “a la carte.” Consumers should be able to pick and choose they channels they want, he says.The system access fee is endemic to Canada and has been a thorny issue in one form or another for at least the last 10 years. A lot of heat is starting to come down on Canada’s wireless providers, so the system access fee issue may finally get some resolution this time around.The television issue has also been around for a while, but unlike system access fees, IT could have relevance on both sides of the border despite the suit being filed in the United States. Television providers have yet to issue a response to the suit, but certainly a defence they will use is that forcing consumers to take channels they don’t want is the only way to keep those channels afloat.
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