AT&T spokesman Mark Siegel said in a statement that through a program called Smart Limits the company provides various tools that enable parents to limit the kinds of videos children can view on computers, TVs and cell phones.
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"We handle customers and their situations individually, and we're not going to discuss specifics," he said.
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