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Co-CEO Rich Raddon urges foresight in competing with online video giant
File sharing company cofounder makes a case for cyberdiligence — not cyberdesertion — and better security “hygiene”
Guest contributor Aviva Kempner imagines the possibilities when the power of women reverberates through culture
Josh Salzberg talks about his documentary on one family’s journey to overcome the stigmas surrounding mental illness in rural America
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Longtime friends Tony Morales and Edward Rogers reveal how working together on the Netflix series has both pushed and challenged them
“Copyright in the digital age has become an ongoing battle between content owners and users,” Rich Raddon says
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The film industry risks boring its consumer base by overplaying its A-list actors
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Security industry professional reveals true-to-life recent entertainment portrayal of cybersecurity scenarios
A Senate Judiciary Committee’s Antitrust panel on Tuesday heard pleas from writers, BMI and ASCAP demanding a major revamp of the country’s World War II-era...
Playmobil series hits the streaming service in April; feature film expected in 2017
Aviva Kempner recommends reworking “Gett, the Trial of Vivian Amsalem” and documentary “Above and Beyond” for U.S. audiences
‘The Imitation Game’ Is Not Only a Tribute to Alan Turing, But One of the Most Important Movies of the Year (Guest Blog)
The cryptologist’s nephew shares how the Oscar-nominated film starring Benedict Cumberbatch brings Turing to life
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Moviegoers can finally enjoy a film with a genuine hero who served his country and fought in a righteous war
YA author argues adaptation of E.L. James’ bestselling “mommy porn” series will turn off moviegoers
The Oscar snubs of the “Selma” star and director Ava DuVernay sparked a Hollywood racial diversity debate
The female star of Mike Leigh’s period drama was omitted from both the Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations
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