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  1. Entertainment

    Game of Thrones Continues to Break Piracy Records

    Game of Thrones may not be the most watched show on television, but it's certainly the most pirated. It's set yet another record for being illegally downloaded online. HBO didn't seem to care much the last two times this happened, so will this time be any different?

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  2. Entertainment

    Missed Last Night’s Premiere of HBO’s Silicon Valley? Watch It Free Right Here!

    Last night, the new season of that Chair Games show or whatever it's called premiered on HBO, but I was more excited about Mike Judge's Silicon Valley. If you missed the premiere thanks to HBO GO being a piece-of-garbage service, then you can watch the first episode right here.

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  3. Entertainment

    HBO CEO Teases Everyone With Talk of Bundling HBO Go With Internet Service

    If you want to have your Game of Thrones and watch it where you like, there's HBO Go, a streaming service not unlike Netflix -- except it isn't like Netflix, because you can have Netflix all by itself. To have HBO Go, you need to have HBO, the cable service. Well, that could potentially change here soon. Possibly. Maybe. Have we mentioned it's pretty tenuous?

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  4. Entertainment

    Game of Thrones Claims Most Pirated Show of Spring Crown

    It should come as no surprise that HBO's immensely popular television series, Game of Thrones, is also immensely popular with pirates. With nearly 4,000,000 downloads per episode, the show has taken the proverbial crown for the season as the most pirated show of this spring. In the game of exclusivity, it seems, you either provide multiple avenues to watch or you get pirated.

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  5. Entertainment

    Take My Money, HBO! Tells HBO How Much Money You’d Pay for a Standalone HBO Go

    Many of us can't afford or have chosen not to pay for cable, or even a television, but that doesn't stop us from watching our favorite shows. Even those of us who do own a TV and pay for cable, can't afford premium cable subscriptions on top of it, like Showtime to watch the surprisingly good Homeland, or HBO to watch damn near every show the Internet loves to discuss, from the geek friendly Game of Thrones, to the guilty pleasure True Blood, to the stellar Boardwalk Empire. We all know HBO is in a battle with Netflix, which is why its shows don't appear on the service, and is also one of the main reasons HBO's Internet streaming service HBO Go exists. Unfortunately, you can't subscribe to HBO Go without subscribing to HBO in full. That's where Take My Money, HBO! comes in, as it tells HBO how much you'd pay for a standalone HBO Go subscription.

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