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The Federal Trade Commission is launching an investigation into how data companies track, sell and use information about consumers. Emily Steel, from the Financial Times, talks about the probe.
I'm trying really hard to listen to this important topic and I'm trying really hard to hear what this FT reporter is saying, but her voice is so awful -- as if she's 6 years old.
Why do grown women speak like this? And have we an entire generation of woman-child voices to endure in the coming years? Hasn't Ms. Steele ever listened to herself? I assume she is intelligent and educated but everything she says is tainted with that voice. Ugh.
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