CNET News Daily Podcast: The case of the missing Web movies

Why some streaming movies on iTunes and Netflix are vanishing; Yahoo lays off 1,500 people; Psystar changes its tack with Apple; and Internet users in England have their Wikipedia back.

Jennifer Guevin Former Managing Editor / Reviews
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Some movies previously available for streaming on iTunes and Netflix are disappearing from those sites' libraries. Reporter Greg Sandoval drops by the podcast studio to explain why (hint: it's about money) and whether we can expect it to change anytime soon.

Also in this podcast: We knew layoffs were coming to Yahoo, and today, they finally happened; Mac clone maker Psystar uses a new argument in its legal fight against Apple; AOL makes it easy to track your friends' social-network movements; and how Web users in England got their Wikipedia back.

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Today's stories:

TV has license to kill movies at iTunes, Netflix

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Psystar shifts course, says Apple abusing copyright

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U.K. Net watchdog backtracks on Wikipedia ban

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