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TechCrunch - 04 Feb 2014 Don't Like Your Facebook "Look Back"? You'll Be Able To Edit It Soon.
Sure enough, a support page for the “Look Back” feature has lingering mentions of an “Edit Your Movie” button that doesn't exist, further suggesting that the option was supposed to have been there to begin with. I reached out to Facebook about a few ...
The Sun - 17 Feb 2019 Thugs film themselves stabbing teens and post on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for ‘likes’ in chilling new cra
Radio 4 presenter Kirsty Lang has said gangs are posting footage of the people they have stabbed on social media to score points and get 'likes'
PolitiFact - 15 Feb 2019 No, Netflix did not pay Ocasio-Cortez for documentary
After it was announced that Netflix shelled out $10 million for worldwide distributions rights for a documentary that features newly elected U.S. Rep. Alexandria ...
The Washington Post - 11 Feb 2019 Stephen Curry will be the subject of the next Facebook Watch series
The Golden State Warriors star will be the subject of a new Facebook documentary series, with the company betting on athletes as their own media companies.
Yahoo Movies - 19 Feb 2019 Walmart surges, Facebook boots Russia-linked pages, Netflix cancels Marvel shows
Walmart, Facebook, Netflix, GM, Amazon are companies to watch.
Free Press Journal - 15 Feb 2019 Facebook Wala Pyar movie: Review, cast, director
This film tries to marry social media connection with tradition and ends up looking lost and disengaging. Eligible young man, Raj Kunwar Chaturvedi (Rahul.
The New York Times - 18 Nov 2018 The Facebook Movie Told Us What We Needed to Know About Mark Zuckerberg
Rewatching “The Social Network,” eight years later: What seemed like an underdog story at the time is now more of a warning.
CNN - 19 Feb 2019 Emojis on license plates? LOL it's about to be a thing
Emojis already light up text messages, social media, advertisements, even a movie. Now they're about to hit Australian roads.
The Guardian - 16 Feb 2019 Bruno Ganz: always poetic and inspired, from Hitler's bunker rant to a Berlin angel
The Swiss actor, who has died aged 77, will probably be remembered for his showstopping turn in Downfall, but his work with Wim Wenders is arguably more ...
INSIDER - 28 Jul 2018 Pro-tip: You can use Facebook to get cheap movie tickets without any booking fees
There's a secret offer buried in Facebook that movie buffs are going to love.
TheStranger.com - 30 Nov 2018 NPR's Fresh Air Fires Film Critic Over a Facebook Joke
Edelstein, a renowned film critic for both the public radio show *Fresh* Air and New York Magazine was unceremoniously dispatched from *Fresh* Air this week ...
Variety - 21 Mar 2018 Facebook Launches Movie-Ticketing Discounts Through Fandango, Atom Tickets
Facebook will knock up to $2 off per ticket for movie theater tickets purchased on its platform via Fandango and Atom Tickets.
CTV News - 19 Feb 2019 7 children of Syrian refugee family killed in Halifax house fire
Seven children have died and their father is in critical condition after a house fire in Halifax. The family came to Canada as refugees from Syria in 2017.
The New York Times - 28 Sep 2018 Facebook Security Breach Exposes Accounts of 50 Million Users
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook, already facing scrutiny over how it handles the private information of its users, said on Friday that an attack on its computer ...
The Guardian - 20 Apr 2018 Shaking seats, water sprays, scented air: is 4DX the future of cinema?
I didn't just go to a movie the other night, I was “in the movie”. That's what maker of new cinema technology 4DX claims happened, at least. If Imax and 3D were ...
PEOPLE.com - 20 Mar 2018 Jim Carrey Slams Mark Zuckerberg with New Artwork Post: 'Who Are You Sharing Your Life With?'
The actor posted a cartoonish portrait he painted of the tech mogul, 33, along with the caption, "Who are you sharing your life with?"
The Guardian - 18 Apr 2018 Mad Max: will courtroom feuding put the brakes on a Fury Road sequel?
George Miller's dystopian romp left audiences desperate for more. Yet even in a world teeming with unwanted follow-ups, we may not get it. Ben Child.
The Guardian - 22 Apr 2018 Funny Cow review – grit and wit | Film
There are several moments in this astringently uncomfortable tragicomedy – which boasts a blistering central performance by Maxine Peake – that will leave ...
Quartz - 23 May 2018 Facebook hires Oscar-winning director to make film about how it's fighting fake news
As Facebook reels from the Cambridge Analytica scandal and gears up for GDPR in Europe, the company is attempting to bolster its image as a responsible ...
The Guardian - 27 Apr 2018 Children flee cinema after seeing trailer for 'year's scariest film'
'Parents were yelling at the projectionist to stop,' says audience member as teaser for horror film Hereditary is mistakenly aired before Peter Rabbit screening.