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  1. CES: Google Exec Says Search Giant Is "Proud" to Make 'The Interview' Available Online

    2:32 pm 1/6/2015

    Neal Mohan said the the record-breaking VOD release is a sign that "consumer behavior was already there"Read more

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  2. 'The Interview' is Google Play, YouTube's Best-Selling Title of 2014

    11:05 am 12/30/2014

    The controversial Sony comedy was made available for rent and purchase on the Google sites last WednesdayRead more

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  3. Hollywood's Top 10 Legal Disputes of 2014

    7:46 am 12/30/2014

    The Sony hack and the Supreme Court's Aereo decision were important stories. But what was the biggest, most consequential legal dispute from the past year?Read more

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  4. Sony Hires Top Attorneys to Defend Privacy Breach Lawsuits

    6:46 pm 12/29/2014

    The studio has hired WilmerHale to represent it in several cases filed over the recent hackRead more

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  5. Facebook, Twitter, Google Resist Russian Pressure to Pull Protest Posts

    8:19 am 12/29/2014

    The tech giants view the demands as censorship and a threat to their business modelsRead more

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  6. Google's Gmail Now Fully Blocked in China

    3:05 am 12/29/2014

    Censors have reportedly closed a loophole that allowed users to access the email service via the likes of Microsoft Outlook or Apple MailRead more

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  7. 'The Interview' Raises Profile of YouTube's Movie Rental Service

    9:56 am 12/24/2014

    The film can be rented or purchased for streaming through the Google-owned site. Read more

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  8. 'The Imitation Game' Teams With Google for Code-Breaking Contest (Exclusive)

    4:19 pm 12/22/2014

    The period drama stars Benedict Cumberbatch as computer scientist Alan TuringRead more

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  9. More Sony Hack Fallout: Google Fights Mississippi and the MPAA

    10:40 am 12/19/2014

    A secret anti-piracy lobbying campaign codenamed "Project Goliath" is scrutinizedRead more

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  10. Google Seizes on Sony Hacked Docs to Attack MPAA Conspiracy

    2:49 pm 12/18/2014

    The MPAA responds calling Google's position as a defender of free speech "shameful"Read more

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