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  1. Film Academy Investigating Google in Oscars Trademark Infringement Lawsuit (Exclusive)

    8:10 am 9/25/2012

    Facing a lawsuit for letting users "park" Academy Awards-related domain names, Go Daddy has been fingering Google's role.Read more

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  2. Judge Considers Question In Google Lawsuit: How Is A Press Conference Like Napster?

    9:23 am 9/19/2012

    In case that involves launch of Google Music, "Mr. Brainwash," and Jimi Hendrix, a judge looked at what happens when a company authorizes something that helps enable more infringement.Read more

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  3. Pakistan, Bangladesh Block YouTube Amid Protests Against Anti-Islam Film

    2:33 am 9/18/2012

    "Blasphemous material will not be tolerated," Pakistan says as the countries look to prevent people from watching the "Innocence of Muslims" trailer that has led to riots across the Muslim world.Read more

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  4. Google CEO Larry Page Tops MediaGuardian 100 U.K. Media Power List

    11:00 pm 9/16/2012

    Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is knocked off the top, Rupert Murdoch drops outside the top 10 for the first time, Elisabeth Murdoch rises, and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings enters the list.Read more

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  5. 'Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon' Gets Google Makeover

    4:05 pm 9/12/2012

    The game goes high tech with the search giant's new built-in Bacon number calculator. Read more

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  6. Fox's Jim Gianopulos on Working With Jeffrey Katzenberg: 'We're Used to Demanding' (Q&A)

    5:00 am 9/12/2012

    In THR's Exec Suite interview, the studio's filmed entertainment chair also spoke about preparing "Avatar 2" and his post-SOPA meeting at Google.Read more

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  7. Google Pulls Plug on TV Ad Sales System

    2:50 am 8/31/2012

    The TV Ads in Adwords service, which faced industry resistance, will end later this year.Read more

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  8. YouTube to Cut Less Successful Original Content Channels (Report)

    2:11 am 8/27/2012

    The Google-owned online video site will also look for new channels to fund as it fine-tunes its content strategy.

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  9. Google Search to Start Targeting Copyright Violators

    10:20 am 8/10/2012

    The new policy, meant to promote high-quality media sources on the web, won't banish sites like torrenthound.com entirely -- but they will turn up much lower in results.Read more

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  10. Google Unveils Details About Kansas City TV Service

    4:01 am 7/27/2012

    Analysts discuss how big a challenge Google Fiber, which lacks content from key Hollywood conglomerates, could pose for pay TV companies.Read more

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