It’s been a rough year for Hollywood.
On December 8, 2017, the House of Representatives voted to remove the Federal Communications Commission from the list of “Title II Supercomputers,” ending the decades-long effort to make sure that internet service providers could charge more for faster internet access.
The move was part of a bipartisan bill that passed both chambers of Congress, but the move was met with criticism from consumer advocates and other groups.
On Twitter, a petition started by actor Kamala “Duke” Harris was signed by more than 5 million people.
“We are tired of this.
We are tired, we are tired.
We want more.
We deserve better,” the petition reads.
“When the Internet is free, our children can enjoy it.
When the Internet isn’t, our kids will be left behind.
When your government is monopolizing our Internet, we’re gonna fight back,” the actor added.
It’s not the first time that Hollywood has tried to censor the internet.
In 2014, Netflix withdrew its Netflix series “Nashville” from theatres, citing the show’s controversial content.
Netflix eventually reinstated the series.
This year, a number of major movie studios have pulled their films from theaters, including Universal Pictures, Warner Bros., Disney and Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
The boycott movement has gained traction in 2017.
Last week, more than 300 celebrities, including Madonna, John Legend, and Tom Hanks signed a letter calling for “the complete and total removal of all content that is anti-woman, anti-LGBTQ, antihuman, or anti-human rights, and for all films, TV shows, and media productions that promote violence against women and people of color.”
“We cannot tolerate the perpetuation of hate and discrimination on our streets, our streets are not our playgrounds,” the letter reads.
Hollywood’s response is not the only reason to boycott the movie, but it is a sign that the industry is finally beginning to pay attention to the problems that the internet is creating.
After all, Hollywood was one of the first companies to make the internet available to the general public.
In 1939, the film The Great Dictator premiered in theaters.
By 1950, Hollywood had signed up more than a billion people to its network, with studios releasing over 1 billion movies in the 1950s and 60s.
By the 1970s, internet access was becoming commonplace, and by 1980, movies like The Big Lebowski and The Goonies had been released online.
These movies brought an unprecedented level of attention to Hollywood and the industry.
As technology improved and film studios began to make movies, studios also began to distribute films and other content to audiences online.
The internet has allowed Hollywood to create movies that audiences will want to see again and again, and in turn, the industry has grown.
Netflix, for example, has released more than 50 million episodes of Arrested Development over the last 20 years.
These shows, while technically produced online, have been streamed through the internet, which allows audiences to watch them on their own computers or on devices like a television.
Netflix also offers movies and TV shows to viewers in their native language.
This is something that the film industry can’t afford to do.
The studios have also decided that they won’t be making films that are too controversial or too violent.
They also decided to stop producing movies that feature a white lead.
This decision has allowed for a certain level of censorship in the film and TV industries.
In 2017, Warner Brothers released the movie “The Martian,” which is based on the popular novel by Andy Weir.
The movie stars Matt Damon as a scientist who is sent to Mars, where he discovers a hostile alien species that is trying to conquer the planet.
The film’s creators, Jon Favreau and Ridley Scott, were forced to remove some scenes from the film after backlash from the public.
Warner Brothers has also recently been criticized for its decision to remove scenes from its upcoming movie, “Downton Abbey.”
The movie was slated to be released in the fall of 2019, but Warner Brothers announced in January that it would only be released on December 11, 2019.
This was in addition to the film’s earlier announcement that it will only be available on the internet on December 10, 2019, after a week.
The decision to cut scenes was not based on any sort of censorship, but rather, Warner’s decision to not make the film available online.
Netflix announced earlier this month that it was ending its streaming service and would only release films and shows on its own platforms, including Netflix.
The streaming company is also in talks with major studios about creating a new streaming service.
In the past year, Netflix has seen a number or major streaming services like Amazon, Hulu, and HBO start to launch.
Netflix has also continued to release films, including the upcoming “The Revenant,” “The Last Witch Hunter,” and “F