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  1. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube Vow to Combat Online Hate Speech in Europe

    4:11 am 5/31/2016

    Together with the European Commission, they unveil a new code of conduct designed to avoid the "spread of illegal hate speech."Read more

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  2. Google/Alphabet Widens Media Revenue Lead Over Disney

    2:59 am 5/26/2016

    Social media giant Facebook is the fastest‐growing media owner in ZenithOptimedia's annual top 30 ranking.Read more

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  3. Imax CEO on Bringing Premium VR Experiences, Second Giant Screen to Theaters

    1:25 pm 5/24/2016

    "[You would] put on VR glasses and you would fly the Millennium Falcon or see how many stormtroopers you can shoot," Richard Gelfond said at an investors conference. Read more

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  4. Google's Paris Headquarters Raided in Tax Probe

    6:20 am 5/24/2016

    "We comply with French law and are cooperating fully with the authorities to answer their questions," says a representative.Read more

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  5. Imax, Google Team to Create 'Cinema-Grade' VR Camera Rig

    1:10 pm 5/19/2016

    The virtual reality camera aims to get Google and its Jump technology closer to Hollywood. Read more

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  6. Google Parent Company Pays Top Two Execs $1 in 2015

    2:05 pm 4/29/2016

    Larry Page and Sergey Brin are each worth roughly $35 billion and have eschewed salaries and bonuses for several years.Read more

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  7. Surging Hollywood Shoots Force Hunt for New Toronto Soundstages

    1:30 pm 4/27/2016

    Too little quality studio space has Toronto losing out to Vancouver in the big-budget arena. Read more

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  8. Google Parent Company Shares Plunge After Poor Quarterly Results

    1:30 pm 4/21/2016

    The rest of Alphabet managed only $166 million in revenue and lost $802 million.Read more

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  9. EU Claims Google's Android Practices Violate Antitrust Law

    1:04 am 4/20/2016

    Europe says Google has favored its Android system over competitors in Europe.Read more

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  10. Europe Passes Tough New Data Protection Laws

    7:32 am 4/14/2016

    Companies violating the new legislation, which includes a “right to be forgotten” clause, can now be fined up to 4 percent of their overall global revenue.Read more

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