Internet providers are continuing to argue that they should be free to share and sell your web browsing history without permission because it isn’t “sensitive information.”
The latest group to make that argument is the CTIA, an industry association that represents AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, among others.
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因此未來我們決定停用註解編輯器。5 月 2 日起，您無法再新增或編輯註解，但可以刪除註解。當觀眾使用桌上型電腦觀看影片時，仍會看到既有的註解。
Source: 註解編輯器將從 5 月 2 日起停用 – YouTube說明
2017 年 5 月起，您將無法再編輯或新增註解，現有的註解則會繼續在影片中顯示。進一步瞭解如何使用其他工具吸引觀眾持續收看您的內容。
Source: 透過影片連結前往您的網站 – YouTube說明
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