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A "fan cut" of the documentary "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" will be released Friday.
A judge has rejected a request by a Connecticut man charged in a deadly home invasion to ban the use of Twitter during his trial.
Iranian computer hackers on Monday hijacked the website of the Voice of America, replacing its Internet home page with a banner bearing an Iranian flag and an image of an AK-47 assault rifle.
Indonesians are fighting to keep Hollywood films in local theaters after the Motion Picture Association of America warned that a new tax on foreign-made movies could lead to studios pulling out of the country.
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