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Une vidéo de Donald Trump est tellement raciste que Fox News et Facebook la censurent, mais pas Twitter - 6 novembre 2018
Le président américain a partagé un spot de campagne qui compare des migrants à un meurtrier. Toutes les chaînes américaines l’ont supprimée, mais Twitter l’a laissée en ligne. Facebook reste quant à lui fidèle à son double discours : elle reste en ligne, mais ne peut pas être sponsorisée. C’est une vidéo d’une minute (...)

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Fox « floute » les seins d’un Picasso - 16 mai 2015
Dans la pâte colorée des Femmes d’Alger de Pablo Picasso, Fox 5, la chaîne new-yorkaise du groupe Fox, a vu des seins et a décidé de les flouter. Lors d’une vente aux enchères lundi 11 mai chez Christie’s, à New York, le tableau ci-dessus, version "0" de la fameuse série, a été adjugé en onze minutes à 179,36 millions de (...)

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Project Goliath : Inside Hollywood’s secret war against Google - 15 décembre 2014
SOPA was just the beginning What is "Goliath" and why are Hollywood’s most powerful lawyers working to kill it ? In dozens of recently leaked emails from the Sony hack, lawyers from the MPAA and six major studios talk about "Goliath" as their most powerful and politically relevant adversary in the fight against (...)

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Un pirate des Simpson et des Griffin lourdement condamné au Canada - 3 janvier 2014
Au Canada, la justice a condamné un administrateur à verser 10,5 millions de dollars de dommages et intérêts à la chaîne de télévision américaine Fox pour avoir facilité le piratage de deux séries, Les Simpson et Les Griffin. L’administrateur ne les avait pas mis lui-même en ligne. Hébergés ailleurs, ils étaient néanmoins (...)

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Simpsons Pirate Ordered to Pay Fox $10.5 Million in Damages - 2 janvier 2014
A lawsuit against a man who ran websites which linked to episodes of The Simpsons and Family Guy has ended in the most expensive way possible. The judgment, which awards Fox $10.5 million in statutory and punitive damages, is the highest amount ever awarded by the Federal Court in Toronto, Canada. Speaking with (...)

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Google Discarded 21,000,000 Takedown Requests in 2013 - 28 décembre 2013
Google discarded 9% of the 235,000,000 allegedly infringing links copyright holders asked the company to remove from its search engine this year. This amounts to 21 million URLs for which Google took no action, either because the requests were illegitimate or were duplicates already submitted in previous notices. (...)

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UK LulzSec suspect charged with hacking in US - 15 juin 2012
A British man suspected of being part of the Lulz Security hacking group has been formally charged in the US. US prosecutors accuse 20-year-old Ryan Cleary, who is in custody in the UK, of breaking into a number of websites, including that of the US X-Factor. The indictment claims that the hacks were perpetrated (...)

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LulzSec : US indicts Ryan Cleary over hacking of Sony and Fox - 15 juin 2012
British citizen is already in UK custody on similar charges and could face extradition once case is finalised A federal grand jury in Los Angeles has indicted a 20-year-old British citizen on charges related to attacks by the LulzSec hacking group against the Fox and PBS television networks and Sony’s film and TV (...)

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Broadcasters Warn of Apocalypse in Dish’s Ad-Skipping Service - 27 mai 2012
Broadcasters are claiming in federal lawsuits Thursday that Dish Network’s DVR service, which allows the automatic skipping of commercials, breaches copyright law and retransmission agreements. The suits by Fox, CBS and NBC are the broadcasters’ latest legal salvos against technological innovations, as those (...)

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Battle Over Dish’s Ad-Skipping Begins as Networks Go to Court - 27 mai 2012
The Dish Network and three television networks filed opposing lawsuits on Thursday over Auto Hop, a feature that allows Dish subscribers to automatically skip all the advertising during most prime-time shows. The owners of the CBS, Fox and NBC networks accused Dish of copyright infringement in connection with the (...)

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Identity Companies : Paid to Know About You - 10 mars 2012
I was at the Montgomery & Co. investor conference in Los Angeles this week, where 186 promising start-ups present their businesses to over 1000 potential investors. The companies are private, so they don’t give away too much financial information. Instead, you see what is doing well by watching where the money (...)

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News Networks Ignore Controversial SOPA Legislation - 9 janvier 2012
Controversial legislation that the co-founder of Google has warned "would put us on a par with the most oppressive nations in the world" has received virtually no coverage from major American television news outlets during their evening newscasts and opinion programming. The parent companies of most of these (...)

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Loi antipiratage SOPA : le mutisme des grands networks américains - 9 janvier 2012
Media Matters, une organisation de surveillance des médias, dénonce l’absence de traitement de la loi SOPA dans les journaux du soir des principales chaînes d’information (MSNBC, Fox News, ABC, CBS et NBC). Des entreprises qui par ailleurs sont des soutiens déclarés de SOPA. Selon Media Matters, un groupe américain de (...)

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Facebook ranks first in display ads - 10 novembre 2010
Facebook has become an online advertising magnet, capturing the greatest number of display ads of any Internet publishing site in the third quarter, according to ComScore. In the third quarter, Facebook grabbed 23 percent of all Internet display ads, or 297 billion ad impressions, which was more than the total (...)

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Internet Is a Weapon in Cable Fight - 21 octobre 2010
In disputes between television programmers and distributors, the new battleground is the Internet. “Lie to Me,” above, was blacked out from Cablevision on Monday but free on Hulu by Tuesday. In its continuing contract showdown with Cablevision, the News Corporation tried to extend its blackout of the Fox (...)

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Apple veut louer les programmes de Disney et Fox sur iTunes - 26 août 2010
Le groupe informatique Apple discute avec News Corp, maison-mère des chaînes de télévision Fox, Walt Disney et d’autres groupes de médias et divertissements de la possibilité d’offrir sur iTunes des émissions de télévision en location, révèle le New York Times, mardi 24 août. L’idée consiste à louer des émissions pour 99 (...)

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Apple Said to Seek Show-Rental Deal - 25 août 2010
Apple, which is widely expected to announce a revamped product for television sets next month, is pressing the television networks to rent their TV series through its iTunes service for as little as 99 cents an episode. The News Corporation, parent of the Fox network, and the Walt Disney Company, parent of ABC, (...)

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Fox News Claims Responsibility for Wikipedia Porn Purge - 17 juin 2010
News agency contacted donors warning them of explicit content, prompting action In the war over internet censorship and online morality, it was not the government, but rather Fox News that struck the latest blow. The news agency has triggered a purging of pornographic content from the world’s most popular online (...)