Zediva offers $1 online movie rentals; FTC chair calls for Do Not Track tool for Internet users

Wireline news from across the Web:

> Move over Netflix and Redbox. Here comes Zediva, a new online video rental service that claims it can deliver "new movies before Netflix and Redbox" for $1. Article

> Pace plc has signed a new agreement to expand its two year partnership with NET, one of Latin America's multi-service cable operators to deliver new digital TV services. Release

> Concurrent will talk about the future of TV advertising as part of IP&TV World Forum in London next week. Release

> Xtel Communications has revamped its website with new features that it says will help visitors better understand their services and helps them manage their respective accounts. Release

> IDT Corp. plans to spin off a number of its VoIP patents to its shareholders. Article

> AireSpring has introduced a new nationwide cloud-based IP PBX and MPLS VPN service. Article

And finally ... During a Senate hearing this week on Internet privacy, the Federal Trade Commission chairman stressed the need for a Do Not Track tool to protect Internet users' privacy.  Article

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