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May 15, 2024, 12:24
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AT&T itself agreed to pay a $23 million fine in October 2022 in connection with the alleged illegal influence campaign and said it was "committed to ensuring that this never happens again."
Of course, "committed to ensuring that this never happens again" is referring to getting caught. Although frankly, most political bribes these days are blatant and just happen out in the open, so someone must have done something to really piss someone else off.
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Re: Evening Legal Briefs
May 14, 2024, 23:06
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May 14, 2024, 23:06
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Putting timers on items is like a red flag for children and then having them still available after the timer has run out says enough. But epic will appeal, tax payers money wasted on court and probably needs to pay nothing or very little. I know it does not fit the country I live in but at times I wished fines like that could not be appealed and simply have to be payed.
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