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Entertainment producers decry broadband data caps

Grant Gross | Feb. 27, 2013
Data caps limit consumers from checking out new online programs, critics say.

Without data caps, Internet users are free to explore new programming on YouTube and other websites, said Jenni Powell, producer of "The Lizzie Bennet Diaries" and director of content for VidCon, a convention of online video creators.

When broadband customers hit their data caps, that means "no discovery is available whatsoever," she said.


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