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The three patents named were filed by Bell Atlantic in 1997 and relate to the conversion of IP addresses into phone numbers, a key technology of Vonage's business.
This purchase represented Verizon's intent to offer security solutions to its global enterprise customers.
During its first operational year, Verizon Wireless released Mobile Web, an Internet service that allowed customers to access partner sites such as E*Trade, ABC News, ESPN, Amazon.com, Ticketmaster and MSN, On December 22, 2004, mail servers at were configured not to accept connections from Europe, by default, in an attempt to reduce spam email that was originating from the region.
Verizon reported that it had already addressed or was addressing a number of the issues related to the FCC report, including the causes of generator failures, conducting audits of backup systems and making its monitoring systems less centralized, In July 2012, the FCC ruled that Verizon must stop charging users an added fee for using 4G smartphones and tablets as Wi-Fi hotspots (known as "tethering").
Verizon had been charging its customers, even those with "unlimited" plans, per month for tethering. In August 2012, the Department of Justice approved Verizon's purchase of Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) spectrum from a consortium of cable companies, including Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, for .9 billion.
In December 2011, the non-partisan organization Public Campaign criticized Verizon for its tax avoidance procedures after it spent .34 million on lobbying while collecting 1 million in tax rebates between 20 and making a profit of .5 billion.
The same report also criticized Verizon for increasing executive pay by 167% in 2010 for its top five executives while laying off 21,308 workers between 20.