The four major wireless telecommunication companies in the U.S. have just been hit with massive class action lawsuit.
The suit claims that AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile all violated customers’ privacy by sharing their data to third party brokers. In turn, these brokers would then sell the data to bounty hunters, bail bondsmen, debt collectors, and middlemen.
The complaint alleges that the four biggest U.S. mobile carriers violated federal communications law by sharing phone numbers,...
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