Comcast believes it’s acceptable to inject hundreds of lines of code into any web page you visit if it thinks you’re in need of a hardware upgrade. And even if you don’t need an upgrade, you’re wrong. A user recently took to the company’s forums to complain of its practice of running its own code on webpages customers visit in order to prompt them with special Comcast messages. Posting under the name “bham3dman” on the company’s official forum, the user stated: Comcast began injecting 400+ lines of JavaScript code in to pages I requested on the internet so that when the…

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