TIM debuts fixed price voice plan; Feds seize 130 alleged pirate domain names

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> Brazilian provider TIM is offering a 'Fixed Unlimited' wireline calling plan that allows customers to make calls at a fixed rate of BRL 39.90 (USD 21.20) per month. Article

> Frontier Communications SVP and Treasurer David Whitehouse will present at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Leveraged Finance Conference on Thursday, Dec. 1, at 4:10 pm ET in Orlando. Release

> A European court ruled that record companies and film studios can't force service providers to monitor or block certain customers from using the Web. Article

> EXFO has launched its new BrixHawk Distributed Analyzer for live mobile network troubleshooting, network service optimization and to speed up wireless LTE/3G network rollouts. Release

> Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) is considering selling off its eight percent stake in KDDI Corp. for $2.4 billion. Article

> A Virginia U.S. District Court judge issued an injunction against Verizon Communications ordering the company to "cease and desist" from the continued, unlawful use of intellectual property belonging to ActiveVideo Networks. Release

And finally ... As Congress continues to debate the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), U.S. federal authorities have seized over 130 domain names in its crackdown on counterfeit and piracy-related websites. Article

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