Netflix may face tax in Australia; YouTube Red launches first originals

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> Australia's treasurer introduced draft laws into Parliament that would require Netflix and other foreign OTT companies to pay a tax. Sydney Morning Herald article

> YouTube Red's first online video originals are now available, launching a strategy that the top OTT provider hopes will attract subscribers to the SVOD service. Engadget article

> Google may be moving beyond Cardboard: the company may release a plastic virtual reality headset later this year. CNET article

> USC fans got the chance to chat with the college's head football coach Clay Helton via an online video linkup to learn about the school's upcoming 2016 season. USC Trojans site

> Verizon, Apple, AT&T and Amazon are among the companies planning to bid on streaming rights to the NFL's Thursday Night Football games. DSL Reports article

And finally… The Pirate Bay has incorporated software from Popcorn Time's creators called "Torrents Time" that allows users to directly stream illegal copies of movies and TV shows. Business Insider article

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