YouTube quietly added free, ad-supported movies to its site

YouTube calmly included around 100 ad-supported Hollywood movies to its website, beginning last-place month, according to a new report from AdAge. The titles include a mixture of classics like “Rocky” and” The Terminator ,” as well as other family fare…

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20 startups take center stage at Berkeley SkyDecks demo day

The largest-ever Berkeley SkyDeck demo day knocked off with a high-energy operation from the Cal marching band, positioning the feeling for the purposes of an afternoon of appearances from none other than Berkeley faculty and students-turned-entrepreneurs. Launched in 2012 as…

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YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki warns users about EU ‘meme ban’

A screencap of from YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki’s video urging Pioneers of Article 13. Image: YOUTUBE YouTube is seeming the alarms at the highest level over brand-new controversial copyright legislation in the EU. In a new blog pole updating YouTube…

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YouTube TVs DVR now lets you fast-forward through ads on more major channels

Since its propel, one of the top complaints about YouTube’s live TV streaming service, YouTube Tv, was that its DVR feature is most often default useds to the video-on-demand version of the register — which means you’d have to watch…

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Four pro-Syrian regime channels disappear from YouTube as al-Assad mounts attack

YouTube removed four Syrian state-run directs, including the account for the Presidency which now exhibitions the above word . Image: YOUTUBE YouTube shut down various details attached to the Syrian government amid rumors spreading of a possible substance strike in…

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Patreon Makes a Move as Tech Giants Encroach on Its Territory

Patreon, “the member states ” pulpit that helps online architects make a living, announced Wednesday that it has acquired Memberful, another membership service that gratifies to large creators including Gimlet Media and Stratechery. Though they operate in the same, originating…

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Shadow Politics: Meet the Digital Sleuth Exposing Fake News

When we gratified in early March, Jonathan Albright was still shrugging off a sleepless weekend. It was a few weeks after the pogrom at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School had killed 17 parties, most of them adolescents, and swiftly revolved…

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Dems and GOP unite, slamming Facebook for allowing violent Pages

In a rare time of agreement, members of the House Judiciary Committee from both major political parties agreed that Facebook required to take down Pages that bullied photographing survivors or called for more savagery. The hearing viewing social media filtering…

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Wikipedia goes dark in Spanish, Italian ahead of key EU vote on copyright

Wikipedia’s Italian and Spanish language versions have temporarily shut off access to their respective different versions of the free online encyclopedia in Europe to protest against controversial components of a copyright improvement pack ahead of a key vote in the…

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Tech leaders condemn policy leading to family separations at the border

By now you’ve seen the photos and videos and likely heard the audio tape Many prominent legislators across the world( and in the G.O.P .) have called out the Trump administration’s policy of separating families at their own borders. A…

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