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Planned Parenthood has released a statement against the film, alleging it contributes to “anti-abortion propaganda.”
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Why are these Middle East countries censoring Netflix?
A statement from the Gulf Cooperation Council didn't go into specifics but there are some clues as to why they're upset.
Was the 'sleeping sickness' from 'The Sandman' a real pandemic?
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Kevin Spacey set to pay millions to 'House of Cards' makers
A judge on Thursday has ruled that Kevin Spacey and his production companies must pay the makers of ‘House of Cards’ nearly $31 million (approx. €30 million).
Big Tech should shoulder cost of EU Internet network - leaked document
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The Venice Film Festival 2022 presents a politically charged line-up
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