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59% of US pay-TV subs worried about personal data usage

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Posted 19 April 2017, 9.55am edt

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59% of pay-TV subscribers in US broadband households are bothered by the fact that advertisers use their personal viewing data to push personalized ads to them, according to Parks Associates. The international research firm also found that nearly 40%...


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