Comcast sues FCC over set-top box waiver

11/2/2007 | Broadcasting & Cable

Comcast has filed a federal lawsuit against the FCC, alleging that the commission's decision to deny the cable company a set-top box waiver was "an abuse of agency discretion" and "discriminatory." The complaint, which asks that the FCC's denial be reversed, alleges that the action put the company at a competitive disadvantage and prevented consumers from getting low-cost set-top boxes.

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