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    "The television industry did not evolve with data collection as a critical component."FTC consumer bureau protection head Jessica Rich said Wednesday.
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    Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube said this week they will work together to remove terrorist videos and photos from their services.
  • FCC's Republicans Slam Decision To Crack Down On 'Data-Free TV'
    FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly slams the agency for its recent "attempt to intimidate providers in order to shut down popular offerings to consumers."
  • AT&T's 'Data-Free' TV Violates Net Neutrality, FCC Says
    AT&T appears to be violating the net neutrality rules by exempting DirecTV video from customers' data caps, the FCC told the company this week.
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    Mozilla said in its annual report, released today, that it will continue to advocate for online privacy and net neutrality.
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