The MoviePass movie theater subscription service is looking shaky. The service’s parent company, Helios and Matheson Analytics, saw its stock plunge 11% to $2.27 on Friday, about half where it was a few days, earlier on news that it would sell $30 million in new shares at a cut-rate price. The offering is necessary because MoviePass has been bleeding money as it aggressively added subscribers...
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This is the month that net neutrality died. But maybe, if we strengthen other checks on the power of tech and telecom company executives, we don’t need to mourn its loss. I believe the inevitable outcome of the horrifying political violence on January 6 is that content noninterference will soon become a fringe position. With each new incident of violence, calls for deplatforming by...
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