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In the news . . .
Musicians use Freedom of Information Act to find out how the government is using their music.
The continued battle over net neutrality.
New music service being launched by Google, iLike and Lala partnership.
Big Brother winner Adam Jasinski uses prize money to buy and sell oxycodone pills.
Access to federal court documents through PACER program hacked by Firefox plug-in.
Nashville police releases text messages between Steve McNair and Sahel Kazemi.
New York Mets ownership allegedly wrapped up in Bernie Madoff scandal to tune of $48 million.
NBA referee lockout ends with new collective bargaining agreement.
New Jersey Nets basketball team launches plan to rent out players for $25,000/hour.
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