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In the news . . .
Youtube looking to get into the movie rental business.
Amazon makes amend for deleting Orwell from Kindles.
Open-source digital camera developed at Stanford.
Annie Leibovitz’s story underscores the danger of using intellectual property as collateral.
Britain jails first convicted cyber-bully.
Chris Brown has strong words for Oprah after comments regarding singer’s felony assault.
Vermont’s first convicted ”sexter” gets 90 days in jail.
Nevada Supreme Court says O.J. has to stay in prison during appeal.
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