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Mostly dead: The FCC’s efforts to put restrictions on what internet service providers can do with the information they have about their users is all but dead, following a party-line 50-48 vote in the Senate to roll back this regulation.

Nope: After hackers threatened to remotely wipe millions of iPhones if a ransom weren’t paid, Apple says its systems weren’t breached.

What's the deal?: Despite the proliferation of terms of service and privacy policies, the companies responsible for handling our data are largely doing a poor job of telling us what they do with it.

Make it stop: All three sitting FCC commissioners agree with consumers about one big fact: Robocalls really, really suck, and the agency is in a position to do something about it.

Gimme a "©": This week the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling in a case that involves cheerleader uniforms, but which some critics believe could eventually result in higher prices for everything from clothing to furniture to housewares.

“This is the wild west, an area of lawlessness. It is the FCC’s job to find a solution. Please do it fast.” — Email to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s office regarding annoying robocalls.

“Our Coffee Coolatta isn’t good enough.” — Chris Fuqua, Dunkin Donuts senior vice president of brand marketing, on the company’s decision to ditch the cold drink. 
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