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Online Audiences Are Famished for "The Hunger Games" (Though Vampires Still Rule!)

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As of yesterday morning, the movie version of the popular teen novel, “The Hunger Games,” which comes out Friday, accounted for 92 percent of total ticket sales on Fandango. That includes 1,200 showtimes sold out on the online ticketing service, which recently signed various deals with AMC Theatres, Facebook and,...
Online Audiences Are Famished for "The Hunger Games" (Though Vampires Still Rule!)

Microsoft copyright takedown targeted BBC, CNN, and Wikipedia

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A copyright infringement takedown request from Microsoft wrongly accused websites such as BBC, CNN, Huffington Post, and Wikipedia of linking to illegal content. The sites were wrongly identified by Microsoft's French division, which asked Google to censor the links in its results. While this does not seem to be...
Microsoft copyright takedown targeted BBC, CNN, and Wikipedia

Microsoft accidentally asked Google to censor BBC, CBS, CNN, Wikipedia, and even the US government

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Companies regularly ask Google to censor webpages in its search engine because they are either hosting copyrighted material or link to. Yet many of these systems are automated, meaning they don’t get a final check from human eyes, and mistakes happen. The latest Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) that is...
Microsoft accidentally asked Google to censor BBC, CBS, CNN, Wikipedia, and even the US government

Google Starts Reporting False DMCA Takedown Requests

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Ever since Google started publishing a transparency report for the DMCA requests it receives, the number of notices being sent have shot through the roof. During the past month copyright holders asked Google to remove 12,045,130 webpages from its search. Unfortunately, however, not all of these requests are legitimate. In...
Google Starts Reporting False DMCA Takedown Requests
Microsoft mistakenly asks Google to block CNN, Wikipedia and U.S. Govt sites, among others

Microsoft DMCA Notice 'Mistakenly' Targets BBC, Techcrunch, Wikipedia and U.S. Govt

torrentfreak.com
In recent months the number of DMCA takedown requests sent out by copyright holders has increased dramatically, and it’s starting to turn the Internet into a big mess. One of the problems is that many rightsholders use completely automated systems to inform Google and other sites of infringements. That these...
Microsoft DMCA Notice 'Mistakenly' Targets BBC, Techcrunch, Wikipedia and U.S. Govt

Fandango inks deal with Microsoft to become the official movie ticketing provider for MSN

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After signing similar agreements with Yahoo and AOL, movie tickets and information provider Fandango this morning announced that it has reached a deal with MSN, the Microsoft-owned information and entertainment network that reaches more than 100 million users per month in the United States according to comScore. Under the terms...
Fandango inks deal with Microsoft to become the official movie ticketing provider for MSN
Fandango Wins Yahoo Movies Deal Over Rival MovieTickets.com

MoviePass, The Sequel: Quest To Become The Netflix Of The Big Screen Continues

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As on-demand services become more mainstream, it seems like there's little we can't do through a monthly subscription fee, from listening to music, to streaming TV shows and movies, to choosing an outfit. Now, after an earlier, botched attempt, MoviePass is trying to bring the idea of all-you-can-eat to the...
MoviePass, The Sequel: Quest To Become The Netflix Of The Big Screen Continues
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