AT&T settles with FTC, Disney gives details about Disney Plus
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at&t will pay the US Federal Trade Commission $60 million in a settlement.
This payment ends litigation of a 2014 lawsuit that said at&t deceived its unlimited data customers when it slowed their connection speeds.
The FTC issued a statement that said, while it seems obvious, it bears repeating that Internet providers must tell people about any restrictions on the speed or amount of data promised.
As a part of the settlement, AT&T cannot market its service as unlimited.
without disclosing any material restrictions on the speed or amount of data.
Disney's streaming service is days away.
The company says that Avengers: Endgame is coming to Disney+ on November 12th.
That is the day that the service will launch in the US, Canada and the Netherlands.
Disney also announced that Disney + is coming to the UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain, starting on March 31st.
Disney says that titles may vary by territory.
YouTube is getting a facelift on desktops and on its tablet apps.
The new look features larger video thumbnails with longer video titles.
The desktop version will include an add to queue feature that will load up videos for you to watch after your last video.
When the browser is closed, items in the queue go away.
The watch later function remains.
If YouTube keeps suggesting the channel you don't want to see, you'll have the option to tell YouTube don't recommend this channel on desktop.
The feature was already available on mobile.
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