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In the news . . .
Another pro athlete barred from using Twitter during training camp–inequal treatment based on star power?
Family of deceased high school football player files lawsuit for wrongful death.
Apple’s iTunes LPs’ future limited by their cost.
Can a Facebook “poke” violate a restraining order?
Oprah Winfrey sued by former employee allegedly fired for having sex with pilot on private jet.
Violence in hockey debate rises again as son of NHL star Patrick Roy pleads guilty to assault for on-ice fight in Quebec junior game.
United States bombs the moon in search of water.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick signs deal with BET to star in eight-part TV series highlighting recent downfall.
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