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Just ahead of Black Friday a consumer group has issued its list of the 10 Most Dangerous Toys, urging parents to exercise caution when shopping for their children. On the list this year is the popular fidget spinner, because of its small parts, and Mattel's Wonder Woman sword.
A survey by Discover Card finds recent data breaches probably won't slow down consumer spending this holiday season. The company says consumers making online purchases should use only well-known online stores and vendors to reduce the risk of fraud.
The Federal Communications Commission has unveiled its plan to roll back Net Neutrality regulations that ensure equal access to the internet. Critics says that clears the way for internet service companies to charge users more to see certain content and to curb access to some websites.
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