Yahoo investors get restless in wake of Alibaba spinoff's shelving; Netflix debuts Adam Sandler comedy

More online video news from across the Web:

> Yahoo investors are getting restless in the wake of the board's decision to shelve a spinoff of Asia assets that include a stake in Alibaba. WSJ article

> Netflix premiered Adam Sandler's comedy Western, The Ridiculous Six, the second original film to premiere on the SVOD service. Wired article

> Barnfind America's transport gear has been employed in All Mobile Video's fiber-based, end-to-end online video delivery operations. Release

> Here's YouTube's most popular online videos for 2015 … in Canada. CBC News article

> Virtual reality headsets are beginning to turn investors' heads, with $408 million raised so far this year by VR startups, but many are wary that this could be just the next 3D craze-and-crash. NYT article

And finally… The EU's Parliament is likely to pass sweeping new privacy laws that would affect how online companies collect information on users. WSJ article

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