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    YouTube Kids: For families,a video collection with controls

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    President Obama to reddit: Thanks for your help on net neutrality

    President Obama sent a handwritten thank-you note to redditors for supporting net neutrality.

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    How net neutrality affects you

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    The Switchboard: With net neutrality, the FCC is about to make Internet history

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    Clinton is looking for a middle ground on encryption that experts say doesn’t exist

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