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Scientologists battle upcoming release of German film.
Google says it is 99.9% sure it will close Chinese search engine.
Cindy Crawford extortionist gets two years for theft of picture involving model’s daughter.
New Jersey hate blogger gets second mistrial in case over judicial death threats.
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