|*Marvel's Auteur Approach*
About halfway through "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" I was startled by what I was watching. The whole movie was so wonderfully different from the over-CGI'd,..|
Breitbart 4 days ago
|Actress Cindy Lee Garcia, featured in the anti-Islamic movie trailer `Innocence of Muslims` has reportedly filed a motion against Google for contempt of court.|
Zee News 3 weeks agoAlso reported by •newKerala.com
Videos for "Innocence Of Muslims"
|The low-budget film that prompted violent protests across Egypt and Libya will be removed over copyright issues.|
Source: Newsy - on February 27, 2014
|A months-long investigation by The New York Times says Al Qaeda wasn't behind the attack, and backlash against the video was the primary motivation.|
Source: Newsy.com - on December 29, 2013
|WASHINGTON: The actress of controversial anti-Islam movie ‘Innocence of Muslims’, Cindy Lee Garcia, has filed a ‘court of contempt’ lawsuit against Google over her flick’s availability on..|
The News Tribe 3 weeks ago
|An actress in an anti-Islam movie trailer has filed for a contempt of court order on Google for its alleged ‘near-total disregard’ of an appeals court’s order asking it to take down copies of the..|
PC World on March 26, 2014Also reported by •ITworld •Computerworld •CIO
|After winning a controversial ruling that ordered Google to suppress an anti-Islam video, an actress is seeking to hold the company in contempt of court.
paidContent on March 26, 2014
|A private group of national security officials is preparing to release its own report on the Benghazi scandal, with a top official behind the report saying they have interviewed numerous eyewitnesses..|
Breitbart on March 25, 2014
|February 2014 was a bad month for free speech. Two federal court decisions—addressing a controversial YouTube film and the rights of students to wear American flag clothing, respectively—and a pop..|
Breitbart on March 20, 2014
Google and Viacom have settled their seven-year copyright lawsuit, a nearly forgotten fight in which the central conflict has largely become an anachronism.
CNET News.com on March 18, 2014
|In a ruling sure to puzzle copyright attorneys for years to come, the Ninth Circuit forced Google Inc. to remove a controversial video, "Innocence of Muslims," from YouTube in light of alleged death..|
Mondaq on March 14, 2014