Charter Internet, a tech-heavy company, is doing well because of a new law that has already been passed.
It is in a position to get new contracts.
It’s doing so, despite having been sued by Charter’s parent company, Comcast.
And it’s been doing so despite having to pay $85 million to settle a class action lawsuit over Charter’s Internet service.
Charter’s internet service is not the only problem with Charter, however.
Charter is being sued over the fact that it’s still not clear what exactly it’s trying to do with its network, and what its intentions are.
Charter and Comcast are being sued by a bunch of other companies.
They have a long history of doing business with each other, but they’ve had some rocky relationships in the past.
The internet is not a monolith, and some things don’t work in tandem.
We’ve also seen some big mistakes by both companies in the last few years.
For example, in 2016, Charter was accused of violating the Sherman Antitrust Act, which allows companies to sue a competitor in a lawsuit if they’re accused of monopolizing a market, and Comcast was accused in a class-action lawsuit of doing the same.
Charter, in turn, was accused by Verizon of illegally throttling the speeds of its customers, which led to an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission.
In the class action suit, Comcast said it had stopped throttling customers for its own network because it was “concerned” about the FCC investigation, but the FTC ruled that it wasn’t actually throttling any customers.
In this year’s antitrust investigation, Comcast was found guilty and fined $130 million for violating the antitrust law.
The FTC said that Comcast had engaged in deceptive practices, including using deceptive marketing tactics to drive customers away from Charter, and misleading customers about what their internet speeds would be in future.
Charter also was found to have engaged in misleading practices, such as charging higher rates for faster service than the speed of the internet itself.
Those practices included charging customers a fixed monthly fee, and charging them more if they were connected to the internet through a broadband provider.
Charter had a reputation for charging more for slower internet speeds, and it was also found to be violating anti-trust laws by using the same marketing techniques.
The court said that it was unfair to punish Charter by charging it with violating the anti-monopoly laws.
Charter was fined $135 million and given an $85-million fine for the violations.
That was the first time the FTC has imposed a fine on a company, and the company said that the court’s decision is an important step forward.
Comcast is being held accountable for the mistakes made in its dealings with Charter.
The company agreed to pay a $3.5 billion fine, but it also agreed to implement a system to make sure that customers are aware of their internet speed limits.
Comcast also agreed that it will conduct a separate internal investigation into the company’s practices, and that it is looking into how it handled allegations that it illegally throttled its customers.
The FCC also said that Charter was responsible for the “deliberate and widespread” use of a program called SpeedBoost that allowed internet users to access content faster than it was possible to deliver it to them.
Comcast said that SpeedBoost was designed to reduce the latency of its broadband connections.
The complaint against Comcast also accuses the company of failing to disclose the fact to its customers that it throttled the speeds at which it could deliver its own content.
Comcast did not respond to Ars’ request for comment.
Comcast’s own data shows that its internet service can be faster than Charter’s.
According to a recent analysis by Ars Technica, Comcast is actually ahead of Charter on its speed of delivering content in certain areas of the country.
In some cases, Comcast actually has a better internet service than Charter, but in others, Comcast’s speeds are faster than the speeds that Charter provides.
Ars Technic’s analysis shows that Comcast’s service has about the same speed that Charter’s service delivers.
The other big issue with Charter is its price.
Comcast charges $15 for a basic tier of internet service.
The cheapest plan, with unlimited internet access, costs $70 a month, while the priciest plan with unlimited service costs $120 a month.
Charter charges $40 a month for a high-speed internet plan, while its priciest tier costs $80 a month and its cheapest tier costs just $20 a month per month.
Comcast customers who are paying $15 or more for internet service will have a faster internet experience, but their experience will be less than Charter.
Ars reached out to Comcast for comment, but did not receive a response.
Charter did not reply to Ars.