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BREAKING NEWS – AXANAR SETTLES LAWSUIT!!!

Terms of the settlement agreement include an agreement to allow Axanar Productions to continue showing Prelude to Axanar commercial-free on YouTube and to allow Axanar Productions to produce the AXANAR feature film as two fifteen-minute segments that can be distributed on YouTube (also without ads) – Jonathan Lane, Fan Film Factor http://ift.tt/2jWnk0S
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Spotify Clarifies Exactly How it Will Use Your Information After Privacy Kerfuffle

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In a blog post boldly titled “SORRY,” Spotify chief Daniel Elk says, “We should have done a better job in communicating what these policies mean and how any information you choose to share will – and will not – be used.” The TL;DR explanation of exactly how Spotify plans to access your personal data is simply that the streaming music service will not access your photos, location, voice, or contacts, unless you give “your explicit permission.” In other words, you’ll need to opt-in. – Adam Clark Estes, Gizmodo

NHL GameCenter Not Working: Roku, Streaming Video Issues Plague Live Hockey App

NHL Gamecenter Live – – available in nine monthly payments of $18.99, more than three times the price of the NFL’s hugely successful RedZone package – – makes it possible for fans to stream live games to their desktop, mobile device, and through their PlayStation, Xbox or Roku devices. Partly because of the price, and partly because there are simply no other options, fans have demonized GameCenter Live for its simple lack of functionality. […] Much of the criticism on social media has centered on GameCenter’s unreliability, and viewers trying to watch via Roku have been especially angry. The re-fitted version of the NHL app doesn’t work with a large number of models, infuriating Deadspin sports and media writer Timothy Burke. “We saw this sh– from the NBA last year, and Roku is offering the same $14-off-a-$100-device deal to upgrade that they did a year ago. Let’s make this perfectly clear: older Roku boxes are fully capable of handling the video streams produced by the NHL’s online provider,” he wrote. – Jeff Stone,International Business Times  
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