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Comcast Accused Of Deceiving Customers

WASHINGTON (CN) - A class-action complaint accuses Comcast of the District, the Capitol area's largest Internet services provider, of falsely advertising that it "does not block access to any Web sites or online applications, including peer-to-peer services." This claim is "patently false," as Comcast surreptitiously by "intentionally blocks its customers from using peer-to-peer file-sharing applications ... and does so in a shockingly deceptive manner - by impersonating the computers of users attempting to share files," according to the Superior Court complaint.

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