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The Book of Life

3.5/5 Stars

Summary: “Manolo, a young man who is torn between fulfilling the expectations of his family and following his heart, embarks on an adventure that spans three fantastic worlds where he must face his greatest fears.”

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Apple Seeks to Offer Massive Guide for Apple TV

Apple has explored a variety of ways of conquering the TV business since it introduced its own set-top box almost exactly 10 years ago.

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Looking: The Movie

For many years I didn’t have HBO. One reason I wanted to get it was to watch “Game of Thrones” as it aired instead of waiting a whole year to watch it on DVD ( 2,141 more words

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Could Sharing Your Netflix Password Make You A Federal Criminal?

by Melony Roy

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — These days, sharing one’s Netflix or Hulu password with a friend or family member is somewhat of a common practice, but under a… 329 more words

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'Cord-Cutters' Are Not That Radical

Consumers are shunning cable television, subscribing to Netflix and Hulu, and it’s the end of the world as we know it. Or is it?

Despite all the headlines about “cord nevers” and “cord cutters,” terms used for people who opt to skip traditional television cable subscriptions or move away from them, such behavior isn’t as radical as it appears. 279 more words

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A court ruled that it could be a federal crime to share your Netflix password

Last week the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion that an employee acted “without authorization” when he used a former co-worker’s login (with their permission) to gain access to “computer data owned by the former employer.” This led to the court upholding a decision that the employee violated the… 593 more words

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Sharing Netflix or HBO Go Passwords Is Technically a Federal Crime Under 9th Circuit Ruling

A court ruling last week now means that the act of using someone else’s password to access an online service — including Netflix or HBO Go — without the authorization of the system’s owner may be considered a violation of federal computer law. 512 more words

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