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  1. Doctor Who Script Leak Leads to Disciplinary Action

    They'll be sorry. So sorry.

    BBC Worldwide has begun pursuing disciplinary action in response to the script and episode leaks last week.

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  2. Bring Me My Brown Pants!: Game of Thrones Breaks Yet Another Piracy Record

    Yar har fiddle de dee, do what you want 'cause a pirate is free.

    Another big Game of Thrones episode, another piracy record broken. Season four finale "The Children" smashed the record previously held by "The Lion and the Rose." And the season three finale. And the season three premiere.

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  3. Technology and Anime, a Beautiful Love Story

    Essay

    It’s 2014. It’s Saturday afternoon and I’m checking my queue on Crunchyroll to see if some of the anime series I’ve been following this season have been updated. Technology has altered the way I consume anime, and sitting in front of my computer is a far cry from my childhood self sitting in front of the TV in 1985. I desperately waited for the next episode of Robotech to air because I wanted to see if Rick Hunter would choose Lin Minmay or Lisa Hayes. Of course, my 10 year old self had no idea that Robotech was actually culled from a Japanese animated series called Super Dimensional Fortress Macross and the whole saga was stitched together from three different series to make the 65 episode count for daily syndication.

    I just wanted my love triangle and my mecha space battles, okay?

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  4. Today In Unsurprising News: Genre Television Ranks Highly Among The Most Popular Pirated Shows

    Elsewhere on the internet

    As has been shown time and again, people who download the most pirated media also tend to purchase more than others. Given that geeks are known for being voracious media consumers, it's no real surprise that genre TV tops the torrent charts. (Not that we condone such things.) Piracy tracking firm CEG TEK took a look at the top ten TV shows downloaded via Bittorrent last week, as well as the top ten networks whose stuff was being shared. Game of Thrones, shock of shocks, holds the top spot, followed by The Big Bang Theory, The Walking Dead, and Arrow. In seventh place, you'll find Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Closing out the list at #10 is Once Upon A Time. (We've got the full chart below.)

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  5. Latest Game of Thrones Wedding Breaks Piracy Records, George R.R. Martin Reacts To The Recent Episode

    Hear Me Roar

    This does not surprise me. Also read on for what A Song of Ice and Fire novelist, George R.R. Martin had to say about recent episode events. Spoilers will be marked as such, you're good to go until then.

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  6. Some Guy Got Detained by the FBI Homeland Security for Watching a Movie Wearing Prescription Google Glass [Updated]

    Some people don't get how movie piracy works, and those are the people who care about movie piracy.

    Last weekend, a man in Columbus, Ohio went to go see Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit with his wife and, in an ironic twist, ended up being interrogated by the FBI Department of Homeland Security for an hour instead. The reason? He was wearing Google Glass.

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  7. Congratulations, The Hobbit, You Are This Year’s Most Pirated Film

    My Precious!

    An Unexpected Journey, the first installment of the Hobbit trilogy, was kept neither secret nor safe this year.

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  8. Game Of Thrones Maintains Title Of Most Pirated TV Show For Second Year In A Row

    It is known

    And here's their acceptance speech, "I'd like to thank the cable companies for keeping a strangle hold on paid channels, the internet, and especially HBO for letting us show so much crazy sh*t." 

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  9. With New Google Deal, You Can Finally Watch Game Of Thrones On Something Other Than HBO

    Good News Everyone!

    Fans of HBO series like Game of Thrones have often expressed their disdain for not being able to legally watch the show on anything but the paid cable network. That's changing as HBO has made a deal for their series to be available on Google Play for the first time. 

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  10. Things We Saw Today: The Grumpy Catbus

    Things We Saw Today

    Timothy Doyle created this memetic Miyazaki mashup masterpiece for an upcoming Lil Bub gallery show at Spoke Art. (io9)

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