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In the news . . .
In yet another Missouri cyber-bullying incident, teenager arrested for threatening website.
TLC claims breach of contract against Jon Gosselin for stopping production of Jon & Kate Plus 8.
New FTC guidelines threaten to fine bloggers who fail to disclose relationships with advertisers.
Federal judge denies music industry’s claim that cellphone ringtones are mini-concerts.
Airport x-ray machine faces battle with child pornography laws in United Kingdom.
California DNA database law challenged on grounds that it applies too broadly. Meanwhile, Governor Schwarzenegger signs new anti-paparazzi law that targets both the photographers and the media outlets that purchase the photos.
Fugitive hiding out in Mexico apprehended after updating his Facebook account.
DOJ threatens to block Ticketmaster/Live Nation blockbuster merger.
Former Penn State running back files lawsuit against school after own rape charges dropped.
NBA player Chris Bosh wins cyber-squatting lawsuit and asks judge to order relinquishment of some 800 other websites.
Facial recognition technology via DMV photos being used by FBI to capture fugitives.
MySpace entry allowed as evidence in Indiana murder trial.
Serbian president Boris Tadic violates anti-hooligan law after opening champagne at football stadium following country’s qualification for 2010 World Cup.
Finland becomes first country to declare legal right to broadband Internet.
Although not removing the app, Pepsi issues apology for somewhat sexist iPhone application.
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