Retailers, Web Sites Spar over Advance Sale Alerts Some of the nation's largest retailers demand that consumer Web sites stop posting confidential information about upcoming sales. The case is raising questions about freedom of speech and the Internet. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.
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Retailers, Web Sites Spar over Advance Sale Alerts

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Retailers, Web Sites Spar over Advance Sale Alerts

Retailers, Web Sites Spar over Advance Sale Alerts

Retailers, Web Sites Spar over Advance Sale Alerts

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Some of the nation's largest retailers demand that consumer Web sites stop posting confidential information about upcoming sales. The case is raising questions about freedom of speech and the Internet. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.