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In a country of 330,000 where everyone is related somehow, this technology will surely come in handy.
The 15-second interruptions are expected to play automatically and take over a hefty part of the page. The company hopes they will squeeze $4 million a day out of advertisers.
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Teens are less likely to be your cashier or burger flipper as more experienced Americans scramble for jobs.
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