Comcast sorry for porn interruption
TUCSON, Ariz. -- A cable television provider apologized Monday to Tucson-area customers over a 30-second porn interruption during the Super Bowl.
Philadelphia-based Comcast said it was conducting a thorough investigation "and will aggressively pursue all leads until we come to resolution." In separate statements, the company said it was "mortified" and "appalled" by the interruption.
"Our initial investigation suggests this was an isolated malicious act," Jennifer Khoury, Comcast's ...
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