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FCC delays vote on much-disputed rules on cable boxes

The Federal Communications Commission also wanted to promote gadgets that would let people search easily for video from online services such as Netflix and YouTube, not just TV channels. The FCC canceled a vote Thursday; Chairman Tom Wheeler and the two other Democratic commissioners say they are still working on the plan, which had already been changed substantially to make it more amenable to companies that create TV shows and movies, like Disney and Fox.
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