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Me don wan be de one who tole you so, but ah be dun tol you so.

"The Washington Post & Federal Register
Washington - 01 Oct 2009

...the Supreme Court ruled...that viewers of advertiser-
supported "free" television must view the ads which
fund most...TV programming.

This...ruling opens the way for the...FCC to...regulate
home viewers and their television viewing habits.
According to some industry experts, the ruling will
...affect all U.S. citizens who own one or more TV sets.

...the FCC will...regulate...bathroom visits, snack breaks,
changing channels and other unauthorized activities
which would...prevent...viewers from giving full attention
to the...advertising that pays for the programming..."
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