West Virginia Sues Comcast over Set-Top Boxes

Jul 6, 2009  •  Post A Comment

The state of West Virginia has sued Comcast, “alleging that the cable operator violates state antitrust and consumer-protection laws by forcing subscribers to lease set-top boxes,” according to Multichannel News.

The suit is similar to one that Comcast faces in California and Time Warner Cable faces in Missouri.

The Federal Communications Commission aleady requires cable operators to give subscribers access cards if they want to get programming from a third-party set-top, Multichannel says.

—Chuck Ross


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