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(Reflection717)It’s been about eight months since a divided U. S. Supreme Court thrust a dagger through the gut of streaming video startup Aereo, and three months since the company filed for bankruptcy protection. And any hope that the company might be sold or resurrected has vanished with news that its name and patents have been sold off like parts of an old used car.
GigaOm points to a bankruptcy court filing showing the results of an assets auction that only brought in around $2 million, a small fraction of what investors had hoped to get from bidders.
We may someday here the Aereo name again, with DVR-maker TiVo snatching up the company’s trademarks and its list of customers.
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In an abrupt about-face, Google announced early Friday morning that it would reverse a content policy change made just three days earlier that banned the users of the Blogger platform from sharing sexually explicit or graphic nudity on their sites.
The Verge reports that Google’s Blogger Team posted an update to the company’s product forums backtracking on the earlier decision to enforce a more stringent content policy.
According to the forum post, Google made the decision to reverse the policy – which gave users until March 23 to remove sexually suggestive images or have their blogs will be pulled from public searches – after receiving a great deal of feedback from users.
“We’ve had a ton of feedback, in particular about the introduction of a retroactive change (some people have had accounts for 10+ years), but also about the negative impact on individuals who post sexually explicit content to express their identities,” the company said in the post.
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A former travel agent from New Jersey has been ordered to sell his house and car to pay restitution to 20 customers who paid him for a Mediterranean cruise that never happened.
The Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office says a judge told Ellis Hester that she should have sent him to prison.
The 58-year-old Gibbstown resident pleaded guilty to theft in 2011 for taking money for a cruise but never providing it.
He was supposed to pay $400 a month to the victims but stopped paying last year, saying he could not afford it.
The judge says he must sell his house, valued at $260,000, and his 1998 Mercedes to make good on the $41,000 he still owes the victims.
The Pompidou Centre in Paris hopes to display a long-vanished Picasso painting in May, now that it has been recovered by U. S. customs authorities.
The 1911 cubist painting "The Hairdresser," worth millions of dollars, was reported missing from a Pompidou storeroom in 2001.
Donations are pouring in to make sure that a dog who spent the last decade outside in a New York City park will never want for anything, ever again, says the Huffington Post.
Charlie -- who is also known as Ricky -- had been seen around Highbridge Park in upper Manhattan for about 10 years before a group of residents banded together to save him this month.