The 17-Feb-2016 answer to Is the Falcon 9 launch/landing telemetry data available for visualisation purposes? explains that access to telemetry data is controlled by ITAR and/or other regulations, but today's answer points out that the SpaceX webcast video feed do contain processed versions of telemetry and tracking data and links to SpaceXtract on github as a way to extract that data.
These two "No" and "Yes" answers are not necessarily in conflict because the interpretations of what is or is not "telemetry data" are different.
Do SpaceX and other US-based launch companies get "ITAR waivers" for live-broadcasting processed telemetry data, or is this kind of information explicitly excluded from the regulations?
For comparison, ISRO and JAXA live video broadcasts sometimes show even more detailed telemetry data, but of course ITAR applies (in this case) to US launches.
GIF from What is the extra moving and disappearing line in the animation in the BulgariaSat-1 webcast? illustrating some of the processed telemetry and tracking data shown