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Civil Rights Groups Funded By ISPs Opposed Broadband Privacy Rules

Some groups who opposed the FCC's privacy rules had "extensive financial ties to phone and cable companies," The Intercept reports. Two organizations (he League of United Latin American Citizens and OCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates) that received money from Comcast argued to the FCC that low-income households "appreciate receiving relevant advertising that is keyed to their interests and provides them with discounts on the products and services they use.”  

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