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Broadcasters, Digital Content Next, And Movie Studios Next Tell FCC To Keep 'Sensitive' Information Confidential

The trade groups National Association of Broadcasters, Motion Picture Association of America and Digital Content Next say the FCC shouldn't make available "sensitive information" about companies. The organizations' comments come in response to news that the FCC is considering changing the way it will handle sensitive information related to Charter's proposed merger with Time Warner Cable.

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