• There Are Big Costume Changes Coming To Spider-Man in Marvel's Sequel

    4 monthes ago - By GeekTyrant

    Some new information has surfaced regarding the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming and it involves Spider-Man's costume. Apparently, there are some big changes coming to it and it hints at what we might expect to see from the film. Even though, Spider-Man bit the dust in Avengers: Infinity War, we all know that he's coming back. There was talk of the film taking place prior to the events of Infinity War, but that is becoming less and less unlikely. The following information comes from Spider-Man: Homecoming and Ant-Man and The Wasp costume designer Louise Frogley. He tells IndiaWest : "I am...
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  • GitHub: Changes to EU copyright law could derail open source distribution

    4 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    A proposed European law would mandate that content providers utilize some kind of content filter to make sure rights holders get their royalties. But for a public open source code repository, such a contraption could be a nuisance, or it could be catastrophic.
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  • Here's Why Expanding Protected Areas Isn't Saving Nature

    4 monthes ago - By Scientific American

    A new study proposes tools to gauge when an ecosystem is “intact”-and what might happen if that changes
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  • Everyone is panicking about a 'dreadful' new law that might kill off the meme and change the internet forever

    Everyone is panicking about a 'dreadful' new law that might kill off the meme and change the internet forever

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The EU might force sites like Reddit to filter user content after lawmakers voted to approve controversial changes to copyright law.
    The changes could change the internet forever.
    Lots of activists have pointed out flaws in the proposals - like ending the internet's meme and mashup culture.
    The proposals are not law just yet and European Parliament votes on the changes later this year.
    The meme could be an endangered species.
    A committee of European lawmakers has voted to approve controversial changes to copyright law that critics say would fundamentally change the internet.
    Specifically...
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