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  2. Every week, YouTube’s users upload millions of hours of videos. As with any user-generated content site, this also includes copyright-infringing content. YouTube tackles this problem by processing takedown notices and using its Content-ID system to automatically remove allegedly infringing content. However, according to copyright holders, this is not good enough. That includes Bollywood filmmaker Suneel Darshan, who filed a lawsuit against YouTube and Google India in 2011. Now, eight years later, a local court has ruled in his favor. A few days ago, the District Court of Gurgaon held that the video platform did indeed infringe on the rights of the filmmaker. The Court issued an injunction preventing YouTube from violating his copyrights going forward and awarded roughly $700 in compensation. The ‘damages’ amount is relatively low, especially after a prolonged legal battle, but Darshan says that he is planning to file a separate case to claim his full losses. A copy of the verdict has not been published online, as far as we know. According to local media reports, YouTube and Google’s lawyers argued that the video platform was merely an intermediary, which should not be held directly liable. In addition, the companies pointed out that they have a functional DMCA takedown policy that allows any copyright holder to request the removal in infringing content by pointing out specific URLs. This is something the filmmaker failed to do. Darshan and his legal team held that YouTube and Google profited from the “unauthorized exploitation” of copyrighted works by sharing ad-revenue with the user who uploaded the content. As a result, the filmmaker lost part of his income. The Court eventually sided with the copyright holder ruling that if Google and YouTube were aware of the content, they could have located the URLs to remove the infringing videos. While the ruling is a setback for the video platform, the case is likely to be appealed. For now, however, the filmmaker is happy with the victory which he describes as an “encouraging judgment.” That said, the journey towards this victory has been prolonged and difficult. YouTube and Google pushed back hard, Darshan says, quoted by the Free Press Journal. “We faced many challenges while fighting this case. They made so many claims that it is not their jurisdiction and then they told me that I don’t hold the right to this content. So I had to prove my ownership, it is like parents proving that it is their child,” Darshan says. YouTube hasn’t commented publicly on the case yet. The company is currently involved in several copyright infringement cases, including two that are with the European Court of Justice, which are expected to have a broad impact. Similar to the Indian case, the top EU court will have to decide whether YouTube can be expected to go beyond responding to takedown notices that detail specific URLs. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more. We also have VPN reviews, discounts, offers and coupons. View the full article
  3. Despite the financial success of of the goofily likable “Aquaman,” Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman is probably still the biggest draw in DC’s Extended Universe. She’s returning to big screens next year in “Wonder Woman 1984”, and Warner Bros released the first trailer over the weekend. As its title suggests, the sequel jumps about 70 years ahead from its predecessor’s World War I setting, as the trailer makes clear with some obligatory ’80s fashion and music. The trailer features plenty of shots of Gadot in action, and she even gets to show off a new Wonder Woman costume. The film also brings back Chris Pine as Steve Trevor — fans will recall (spoiler!) that Trevor died at the end of the first film, but it seems that he’s back from the dead and back in the middle of the story. The trailer also provides glimpses of Kristen Wiig as an archeologist who eventually becomes the villainous Cheetah and Pedro Pascal as the tycoon Maxwell Lord. And there are new scenes set in Wonder Woman’s childhood home, the mythical island of Themyscira. “Wonder Woman 1984” is scheduled for release on June 5, 2020. Gadot and Pine aren’t the only “Wonder Woman” alums returning for the sequel — director Patty Jenkins is also back behind the camera. View the full article
  4. TL;DR: The advanced Hisense 43-inch 4K UHD HDR Smart TV is on sale for £249, saving you 38% on the list price. Christmas is almost upon us, and the last-minute deals to celebrate the holidays are here. If you're looking to invest in a new 4K TV, there are already loads of amazing deals out there to check out. You can save on 4K TVs from LG, Philips, Sony Bravia, Panasonic, and many more top brands right away. SEE ALSO: Christmas gifts that give back to a great cause We have searched high and low for the best deals on 4K TVs, and listed them conveniently for you to consider. Whatever your budget, there should be something that works for you right here. Read more... More about Tv, 4k Tv, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, and Uk DealsView the full article
  5. Lil Nas X covered Juice WRLD‘s “Lucid Dreams” in tribute to the late rapper at a […] View the full article
  6. Essentials Week spotlights unexpected items that make our daily lives just a little bit better. The true civil service of the 24-hour news cycle isn't journalism (lol). Rather, it's the gift that keeps on giving: countless (and I mean countless) hours of news fail compilations. News is hell right now. And the 24-hour news cycle in particular is responsible for much of the deterioration of public discourse. The least TV news can do to offset the harm it does is provide the world wide web with such a dearth of live-broadcast fuckups. A time-honored tradition, the news fail compilation is also one of the oldest, most enduring, and arguably purest forms of YouTube content. It carries with it the spirit of Old Youtube, before monetization and vlogger culture turned the video hosting platform into a place of pre-meditated, false authenticity encapsulated by the phrase, "Hey guys!" Read more... More about Youtube, News Bloopers, Vlogger, Essentials Week, and CultureView the full article
  7. You learn a lot about people when they're asked to share their least popular opinions on things. In the BBC Radio 1 segment above, Star Wars stars Daisy Ridley and John Boyega field calls from members of the public who have very strong views on a variety of random topics. Views like "Leonardo DiCaprio isn't hot" (this one divides them) and "Buckingham Palace is the worst place in London" (this one sort of unites them). To round things off, they then share their own unpopular opinions on things — and it turns out Boyega really isn't a fan of Friends. "I don't like it," says Boyega. "I think it's dead. The intro, the stupid sofa, everything man. Nah, it's not for me, man." Read more... More about Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Unpopular Opinion, Entertainment, and Celebrities View the full article
  8. Upstart 2KBABY is building off what's been a solid catalog of promising releases, arriving with his latest "Betta" track. As is his modus operandi, 2K is relying on melodic hooks and delivery to get the point across as he waxes poetic of better days ahead. “I really want this song to remind people never to lose faith during long periods of tribulations,” the Louisville native tells Complex. “Keep your head up day today. Everything is going to get better.” Produced by Danny Hajj, Jesus of Lit Gang, and G Koop, the cut comes attached to a music video in its debut as 2KBABY and company spread positivity through unscripted acts of kindness. "The idea behind the video was to spread positivity and the message of doing ‘betta,’” he adds. “It was dope putting smiles on strangers' faces and hearing some of their stories. Everyone has a story. It made me realize how blessed I am and seeing the reactions made me want to be even betta. Even small good deeds go a long way. You don’t know how to live if you don’t know how to give.” Quotable Lyrics Ever since I got some money all she want designer I just think it's really funny how my little honey think she's gettin' Prada, but nada Duckin' groupies while I'm rockin' Gucci and Gabbana She in love with the drama Lil mama actin' like my mama, Madonna View the full article
  9. Jow, the French e-grocery app — which combines recipes, recommendations and online grocery ordering — has raised $7 million in new funding. The round is led by Stride.VC, alongside Caterina Fake and Jyri Engeström from Yes VC, and Shan-Lyn Ma, the co-founder and CEO of Zola. Previous seed backers, DST global partners and eVentures, also participated. Launched in 2018 and now supporting five of France’s leading grocery retailers (Monoprix, Carrefour, Auchan, Chronodrive, and E.Leclerc), Jow’s app claims to let you complete your weekly online food shop in as little as a minute (once you’ve been on-boarded, of course). It does this by creating customised menus, tailored to each user and household, and then automatically fills your online shopping cart with the required ingredients. The idea is to answer the question: “what’s for dinner tonight?” while providing a more cost-effective alternative to recipe kits such as Blue Apron or Hellofresh, and less reliance on take-outs from the likes of Deliveroo or Uber Eats. “Doing your weekly shopping online can take you up to one hour,” says Jow co-founder and CEO Jacques-Edouard Sabatier. “You waste a lot of time looking for the right product category, sub category, scrolling through hundreds of references, you finally find your product, put it in your cart, and repeat this process up to 40 times (the number of items in your cart)! It’s a horrendous experience, with no added value at all for the customer”. That’s in contrast to brick ‘n’ mortar grocery shopping, argues Sabatier, where there is an opportunity to “feel, taste and smell the products”. He says it’s the terrible user experience of grocery shopping online that has limited its e-grocery growth. Jow aims to change that. “Jow creates a customised menu, just for you, with simple and delicious recipes,” explains Sabatier. “Our food recommendation engine considers your tastes, your kitchen appliances, whether or not you have children and checks the availability of the ingredients in your supermarket. Jow then automatically fills your cart with all the ingredients you need to cook the meals”. In addition, Jow offers a customised list of your repeat purchases, and its recommendation engine claims to help you choose the exact quantities needed to avoid waste. You can also check out with a single click, and the app will synchronise with your chosen supermarket delivery or pick up service. Noteworthy is that the app’s recipe to cart feature represents on average 75% of the products Jow users add to their cart. Staple products such as toilet paper, beverages, toothpaste etc. make up the remaining 25%. The app is free for end users, seeing the Paris and New York-based startup generate affiliate revenue from supermarkets that want to use the service to acquire younger, mobile-first customers. The business model is asset light, too, since Jow is largely built on top of the existing infrastructure and capabilities of larger supermarkets. “Apart from the 50x improvement on the e-grocery funnel, it’s unbelievable to see that to date, in a world where you have tailored and recommended experiences around music, video etc., you have no strong recommendation engine or experiences around food,” adds Sabatier. In addition, the startup believes that more broadly it has created a mobile e-grocery experience that actually works. “E-grocery is one of the only e-commerce segments where desktop still prevails,” says Sabatier. “[Bucking this trend], 90% of Jow’s customers shop using their mobile devices, the experience is so smooth and fast that you can do your weekly shopping in just one minute on the subway or the bus”. View the full article
  10. By Miles, the U.K. pay-by-mile car insurance provider, is launching a “connected car” insurance policy specifically for Tesla drivers. The new insurance product pulls real-time mileage information directly from a car owner’s Tesla account and uses the distance they have driven to price their insurance each month. It claims to be the first car insurance policy to take data from a car without the need for a “black box” or aftermarket device. The new policy — created in partnership with digital insurer La Parisienne Assurances (backed by Swiss Re) — offers lower mileage Tesla owners in the U.K. (those that drive under 7,000 miles a year) the opportunity to save significantly on their annual car insurance, according to By Miles. More broadly, the insurtech says it is bucking the trend of car insurance not keeping pace with changes in technology, including the move to connected and electric cars. It cites industry figures that suggest 1 in 10 new cars sold in the U.K. are now electric. James Blackham, co-founder of By Miles, says the insurance industry needs to “catch up and launch policies as smart as the cars themselves”. To activate the pay-per-mile Tesla policy, drivers simply connect their Tesla with their By Miles account, with no need to install a separate so-called “black box”. Via the By Miles app, they are then able to instantly see the cost of each day’s miles and pay for what they’ve driven monthly. The new policy also claims to provide electric-first policy coverage, including covering items often not included on insurance policies as standard, such as “damage or theft of charging cables and accessories as well as electric car batteries”. Meanwhile, in other ways the By Miles connected car policy isn’t so much of a deviation from the company’s existing By Miles coverage. It first launched a pay-by-mile policy in July 2018 enabled by its “Miles Tracker” device that plugs into your car to count mileage, and now claims over 10,000 policyholders. View the full article
  11. Jacob Collier is currently hot off two GRAMMY nominations: Best Arrangement (Instruments and Vocals) for “All Night Long” and Best Arrangement (Instrumental or A Cappella) for his rework of “Moon River” which took him over 5,000 vocal takes to complete. Such exhaustive dedication to this craft is perhaps best exemplified to novel ears in the form of the English singer-songwriter's recent collaboration with Daniel Caesar on "Time Alone WIth You. The creation is sonic euphoria personified and makes for one of the year's most thoughtfully crafted cuts of the year, finding an equal match in the song's most recent music video that finds Daniel's quieted musings in perfect balance with the eccentric and tantalizing arrangments of Collier. Dig in below. Quotable Lyrics It's a beautiful Sunday evening And when you see that little moon You know I'm gonna let it shine on you Open up the sky, and let the groove fall out View the full article
  12. During Tesla's Cybertruck presentation last month, company CEO Elon Musk wowed the crowd with a "one more thing" — an electric ATV (all-terrain vehicle) that plays nice with the Cybertruck. But neither Musk nor the company shared any more details about the ATV at the time, nor it was made available for pre-order (though Musk did later say it would come as an option for Cybertruck, at least at first). On Sunday, Musk broke the silence on the ATV, tweeting that the company will aim to "have it come out same time as truck." It'll be a two-seater, and designed to work with Cybertruck. We’ll aim to have it come out same time as truck. Two seater electric ATV designed to work with Cybertruck will be fun! Electric dirt bikes would be cool too. We won’t do road bikes, as too dangerous. I was hit by a truck & almost died on one when I was 17. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 8, 2019 Read more... More about Tesla, Atv, Cybertruck, Cyberquad, and TechView the full article
  13. Azizi Gibson is currently prepping the arrival of his Chimera Act album. Just ahead of its delivery, he's come through with his "third and final" single for the project, sharing "5 Page Letter." The cut broadens Gibson's dark and brooding sound as he tackles his demons. The song is attached to an accompanying clip directed by Sasha bunch as Gibson wades through a dance hall in an abstract plot. "Secretly my fav joint," he previously admitted of "5 Page Letter" in an Instagram caption. After digging into the new track, stay tuned for the Chimera Act which gets here on December 13th. Quotable Lyrics You can't sleep at night next to her Say I can’t do it (I feel you) But you can't pay the rent by yourself What the fuck are you doing (Fuck is you doing) Every time you try to talk her out It feels like you're losing View the full article
  14. Australians are used to dealing with brutal fire seasons, but barely a week into summer, 2019 is already something else. Already, 6 lives have been lost and almost 700 homes destroyed by bushfires. The world was briefly captivated by the plight of burned koalas like poor Lewis and the hundreds, possibly thousands, more incinerated in their habitat. Nearly three million hectares either are or have been on fireMore than 11% of New South Wales' national parks have burned, including World Heritage ancient rainforest that's never been dry enough to catch fire until now. Sydney is now in the longest sustained period of hazardous air pollution on record. Read more... More about Australia, Bushfires, Science, and Climate Environment View the full article
  15. Knxwledge has touched down to drop off his ninth project of the year, coming through ith the R&B-centric HX.PRT_13.8 tape. Arriving after the close of his WrapTaypes effort, HX.PRT_13.8 enters the Hexual Sealings series of efforts that flex Knxwledge's skills with R&B and soul offerings. This time around, he's looking toward cuts from Summer Walker, Musiq Soulchild, and FH Snoop. A complete step away from the selection of UGK, Jay-Z and Young Thug tracks that he was reworking last time around. Knxwledge has also hinted an official studio offering in 2020. But until that gets here, you know what to do. View the full article
  16. Beyoncé does not have a Las Vegas residency planned after all. A rep for the singer spoke with Variety, confirming that the reports initially sparked by the LoveBScott website were not true. The report is “absolutely not true,” the rep tells the publication. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images Previously, "sources" revealed that Beyoncé had plans to announce the official residency in 2020 and that the residency would make Beyoncé the highest-paid entertainer in the city. If reports were true, it would have been Beyoncé's first residency since performing a series of shows at the Wynn las Vegas' Encore Theater in 2009, staging the live album I Am... Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn las vegas. All the while, fans maintain that Beyoncé would only set up any sort of touring vehicle with an album in tow. Without one in sight, a residency would have been pretty out of the ordinary. Currently, a number of stars occupy residencies in the city with Mariah Carey, Gwen Stefani, Lady Gaga, and Janet Jackson among them. The next year will add even more to the rotation with Christina Aguilera, Bruno Mars and Diana Ross among the lineup of talent slated to kick off residencies in 2020. View the full article
  17. Iggy Azalea is reportedly six months pregnant with Playboi Carti's child according to sources, per Hollywood Unlocked. The publication reveals that the Australian emcee and Atlanta rapper have chosen to keep the development under wraps on their end while close friends have no issue in divulging the news themselves. Carti and Iggy first started dating in 2018, moving in together in Atlanta soon after. Last year, they sparked engagement rumors when Azalea was spotted wearing a diamond ring on her finger during an appearance on The X Change Rate. When asked if she was single, she would point to her finger and say, "No, I’m not. I’m not.” "Once I started talking to her, I just cut off everybody,” Carti previously told FADER of his coupling. “It was over with.” Aside from an alleged baby on the way, Iggy most recently dropped off her Wicked Lips EP, marking another step in what's been a solid return to the spotlight for the rapper. As for Carti, we're still waiting. Die Lit arrived in 2018 and since then, the Atlanta artist has filled in the space since then with featured appearances and visuals for his debut's selections. For the most part, his social media presence has been rather quieted, as he opts to deliver on a few updates via Instagram every now and again. View the full article
  18. Marriage Story, a film in which a previously loving relationship disintegrates over 136 painful minutes, looks like an absolutely miserable time. Though the film was well-received by critics, it's hard to gear yourself up for spending over two hours marinating in emotional distress. Fortunately, we're at least getting some good memes out of the movie. Arriving on Netflix this week, Marriage Story follows Charlie and Nicole Barber (Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson) as they navigate their divorce and custody of their son, complete with tears and angry yelling. In one particular scene, the couple get into a screaming match over things divorcing people commonly scream over. The argument escalates to a point where Charlie punches a hole in the wall — very alarming but also very dramatic. Read more... More about Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver, Marriage Story, Culture, and Web CultureView the full article
  19. Steve Harvey's major mistake in announcing the wrong winner during the 2015 Miss Universe Pageant hasn't kept the television personality from reprising his role as host for the competition in the years since. However, this year's iteration of the competition turned into a bout of deja vu when a mix-up made Harvey appear as if he identified the wrong winner of the National Costume category for the 2019 Miss Universe pageant. It was as an image of Miss Philippines Gazini Ganados came on the screen, that Harvey read off on the teleprompter that she was the winner of the National Costume category from earlier in the week. However, standing next to Harvey was Miss Malaysia Shweta Sekhon. "This is it right here, I thought I had on something fly," he quipped. Sekhon would soon take the microphone from Harvey and attempted to correct him. "It's not Philippines," she said. "It's Malaysia." "Let me explain something to you. I just read that in the teleprompter," he comically flipped. "Y'all got to quit doing this to me. I can read. Now, they are trying to fix it now. See? This is what they did to me back in 2015 – played me short like that. This is Malaysia." Turns out he was never in the wrong, according to insiders, per Deadline. "Miss Universe Philippines Gazini Ganados is the winner of the Miss Universe 2019 National Costume contest. As part of the broadcast, we also featured Miss Universe Malaysia Shweta Sekhon’s national costume,” the insider revealed. “Miss Sekhon wasn’t aware we’d be announcing Philippines first, so she jumped the gun when Mr. Harvey started with that news. Mr. Harvey made a joke of it, but no mistakes regarding the national costume winner were made by him, the prompter or production.” The remainder of the broadcast, however, went off with a hitch as South Africa's Zozibini Tunzi was ultimately crowned Miss Universe 2019. View the full article
  20. It is an indisputable, immutable truth that all dogs are good dogs. Dogs are furry love factories, made of sunshine, happiness, and sweet toe beans, and humans emphatically do not deserve them. Every year more precious pups are brought to public attention, reminding us that there is still some good in this world, and 2019 was no different. This year’s squad included Tony, a pup in South Australia who served as the temporary steed of a confused koala joey; Narwhal, a puppy in Missouri with an extra “tail” protruding from his forehead; and Yuki, a wolf-dog in Florida who is probably the largest canine since Clifford. Read more... More about Dogs, Animals, 2019, Good Boys, and Best Worst Of 2019 View the full article
  21. From production waste to the burning of unsold stock, the damage caused by fast fashion and unsustainable manufacturing practices is rapidly taking its toll on the environment. While it might feel like much of the damage has already been done, small changes, such as supporting environmentally conscious brands or becoming a savvy and sustainable consumer, can help flip the script on what it truly means to shop smart. Invest in sustainable manufacturing According to the Ellen McArthur Foundation, one truckload of clothing is burned or landfilled every second, and less than 1% of new clothing is turned back into new clothes. If you like wearing clothing on your body, it’s well past time to focus on supporting brands that actively champion renewable and sustainable fashion processes Read more... More about Fashion, Supported, Sustainability, Brand X, and WatercoolerView the full article
  22. It's been stated before on this website but it bears repeating, the Nike Air Force 1 Low is one of the most iconic shoes of all-time. This model is the first shoe Nike ever gave a retro re-release to and over the years, the all-white and all-black Air Force 1 colorways have been consistently stocked on store shelves. While there are always classic colorways to choose from, Nike has been great at giving fans brand new color schemes and offerings to play around with. This latest colorway is proof that Nike is always bringing creativity to their sneakers. The upper appears to be quilted and features olive material mixed with orange highlights. In many ways, this sneaker looks exactly like those bomber jackets that everyone is wearing these days. If you're one of those people who proudly rocks the bomber jacket of the same color, you'll definitely want to check out these kicks. According to Sneaker News, no release date or price has been revealed for these. For now, it seems like they will be coming in just a few weeks so be on the lookout. Would you cop these or are they a drop? Image via Nike Image via Nike Image via Nike Image via Nike Image via Nike Image via Nike View the full article
  23. The restaurant where the violent and viral altercation involving Brother Nature took place has released new surveillance footage that shows the social media star to be the initial aggressor contrary to what video clips suggested in initial reports. Miami's La Sandwicherie uploaded several clips from its indoor security cameras while explaining in accompanying captions that Kelvin Pena, best known as Brother Nature, confronted a patron after discovering that he was taking a video of Pena and his female company. This patron, going by the name "D" says he began to record after observing "belligerent" and "drunk" behavior from Pena. "Brother Nature and a female friend of his were angry at someone who recognized him and took a video of them," pens the restaurant in an Instagram caption. "They wanted the guy to delete the video. He did not give them his phone so Brother Nature said he wanted to “take it outside”. Our employee tries to keep them separated, one inside and one outside.and also we called the police." In a separate clip they would add: "After a few minutes, Brother Nature comes back, rushing inside the store and starts attacking a totally different guy. Brother Nature started the entire altercation." Another clip was taken by Brother Nature himself as he exited the restaurant the first time around displays him gesturing to "D" and his companion. "Dead man. Dead man," he declares pointing toward the two men. What took place thereafter are the clips that led this story in which Brother Nature is kicked and stomped and has drinks poured on him. According to "D," the restaurant filed self-defense on his behalf with police arrived on the scene. View the full article
  24. Lucking out and getting an empty seat next to you on an airplane is a joy that many people can relate to but one woman went the extra when it came to forcing her luck on a recent flight. According to NBC News, an unidentified woman interrupted the travel plans of many passengers when she claimed to be having "breathing issues" as a way to get an extra seat and later admitted it was a lie. Scott Olson/Getty Images According to the publication, the woman was on an American Airlines flight from Pensacola to Miami when she shared her medical issue forcing the pilot to turn around for an emergency landing. Authorities were called to the Pensacola International Airport leading the woman to admit she was lying in order to get a bigger seat. At first, the woman would not leave the aircraft forcing authorities to evacuate all the other passengers. Finally, she complied and was taken into protective custody. "American Eagle 3508 returned to Pensacola due to a passenger who requested medical assistance," American Airlines said in a statement to NBC News. "The flight took off at 5:43 a.m. and landed back at Pensacola at 6:26 a.m. and taxied to the gate. All [passengers] deplaned normally at the gate through the main boarding door and onto the jet bridge. The passenger was subsequently removed by law enforcement and medical personnel, and the flight took off again at 7:41 a.m." View the full article
  25. West starred in his second opera, which took place on a floating barge in Miami Marine Stadium View the full article
  26. We’re still reliving the best moments from the Avicii Tribute Concert — and this one might take the cake. Although there was a global stream with some very special performances live from Stockholm, sets from David Guetta, Kygo, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Laidback Luke and Nicky Romero were left out of the broadcast. Thankfully, audience members were able to capture this magic as Kygo and Sandro Cavazza performed a rarity, “Forever Yours.” The unreleased track, originally by Avicii, was finished by Kygo with a touch of his own style. Watch the epic moment below from several different angles and keep your fingers crossed for an official release. Avicii Tribute Concert – Forever Yours Source: The Groove Cartel This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Kygo Performs Unreleased Avicii Song “Forever Yours” with Sandro Cavazza [WATCH] View the full article
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