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  1. Pharrell Williams' Lawyer to YouTube: Remove Our Songs or Face $1 Billion Lawsuit

    10:17 am 12/22/2014

    YouTube has been told to stop performing the compositions of about 20,000 songs, but Irving Azoff's clients are finding the takedown process to be frustratingRead more

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  2. Apple Resumes Online Sales in Russia

    10:02 am 12/22/2014

    After a six-day break, prices went up substantially, even though the Russian ruble regained most of its valueRead more

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  3. Sony Executive Judgment Under Scrutiny As Hack Fallout Grows (Analysis)

    8:00 am 12/22/2014

    Following CEO Michael Lynton's interview with CNN, in which he criticized President Obama for chastising his studio, Hollywood has begun to question his strategyRead more

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  4. Telstra, Sky Invest in Elemental Technologies

    7:34 am 12/22/2014

    Elemental raised $14.5 million in its fourth round of fundingRead more

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  5. 'Citizenfour' Producers Sued Over Edward Snowden Leaks (Exclusive)

    7:10 am 12/22/2014

    The lawsuit filed on behalf of the American people wishes to hold The Weinstein Co., Participant Media and others liable for aiding and abetting SnowdenRead more

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  6. North Korea Refusing to Take Part in U.N. Security Council Meeting After Sony Hack

    5:17 am 12/22/2014

    The hacking is expected to be discussed along with the country's human rights issueRead more

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  7. Sony Hack: China Condemns Cyberattacks, Doesn't Name North Korea in Chat With U.S.

    4:29 am 12/22/2014

    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi spoke to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry about the issue on SundayRead more

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  8. Sony Hack: 'Pineapple Express 2,' Adam Sandler Contract Disputes Revealed

    2:37 am 12/22/2014

    'Pineapple Express 2' appears to have fallen apart earlier this year over $5 millionRead more

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  9. Facebook Bows to Russian Pressure, Blocks Page for Anti-Kremlin Rally

    1:32 am 12/22/2014

    Prosecutors say advertising an unsanctioned protest in support of Putin critic Alexei Navalny breaks media laws Read more

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  10. Former Director of BBC World Service: U.K. and U.S. "Outgunned" by Russia, China in Info War

    12:55 am 12/22/2014

    Peter Horrocks says more money is needed to fund balanced local-language news broadcastingRead more

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