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If you’re a film or tv series fan chances are that you’ve heard about either JJ Abrams or Bad Robot Productions.
Bad Robot Productions is Abrams’ production company and a main force in the industry. High profile projects as ‘Mission Impossible III’, ‘Star Trek’, ‘Cloverfield’, ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’, “Star Wars: The Rise of Skylwaker’, ‘Fringe’, ‘Lost’ are all produced by him and his company.
Bad Robot announces in an Instagram post that togheter with The Katie McGrath and JJ Abrams Family Foundation, they’ll pledge “$10 million over the next five years to organizations and efforts committed to anti-racist agendas that close the gaps, lift the poor and build a just America for all“. They start with donations of $200k each to the following organizations: Black Futures Lab, Black Lives Matter LA, Community Coalition, Equal Justice Initiative, and Know Your Rights Camp.
Here’s the post:
“Today on The Daily Byte Dodger talks about NBC, the Smite World Championship, and David Bowie.”
This deserves our attention!
After the terror attacks in Paris, the hacktivist group Anonymous declares war on Daesh after they took the responsability for the attacks.’
“Access to more than 280 ‘pirate’ websites has been restricted in Russia since the introduction of an amended copyright law in 2013. In addition to The Pirate Bay and giant Ukrainian file-hosting site EX.ua, streaming sites including Primewire are also affected. Next week rightholders will apply for leading local torrent site RUTracker to be blocked forever.”
Read more at: https://torrentfreak.com/280-pirate-sites-have-been-restricted-in-russia-150925/
According to Comicbookresources, thiefs entered Alpha Comics in Calgary, Alberta, early Thursday, and took more than 500 comic books and trade paperbacks, in a garbage bag.
Owner Chris Humphries told CTV Calgary the price for that many titles adds up, adding up to a loss of couple of thousand of dollars.
“There was some really cool comics that got stolen, that were written and created by people who are trying to make comics better,” he said. “The dollar value of the individual comics is not very high, actually I sell comics in this store here at the suggested U.S. retail price, so per comic it’s not very expensive, but they took a lot.”
*Picture taken from the source article
Since actor Leonard Nimoy’s pass away last Friday, some Canadian fans of Star Trek have ‘Spocked’ a couple of five dollar bills.
The bills portrais Canada’s seventh prime minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the fans have turned him into a Vulcan (character’s Spock’s race in the ‘STAR WARS’- movies) with the ears, haircut and eyebrown of a Vulcan, along with Spock’s catchline: ‘LIVE LONG AND PROSPER’.
Bank of Canada has admited that this is not illegal, but made the following statement:
“…However, there are important reasons why it should not be done. Writing on a bank note may interfere with the security features and reduces its lifespan. Markings on a note may also prevent it from being accepted in a transaction. Furthermore, the Bank of Canada feels that writing and markings on bank notes are inappropriate as they are a symbol of our country and a source of national pride.”
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“Spotify announced on Monday it now has 15 million paid subscribers and 60 million active users worldwide. That figure was at 10 million in May of last year and shows the streaming service is finding success in converting many free users to paying subs.”
Read more at http://www.billboard.com/articles/business/6436510/spotify-15-million-paid-subscribers-60-million-active-users?utm_source=twitter
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