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In the news . . .
High school students and ACLU sue Indiana school district after officials suspend students for Myspace photos.
Study: Those who download the most music illegally also buy the most.
Court awards Facebook $711 million in damages from spammer, criminal case continues.
Woman posts sexy Craigslist ad with identity of daughter’s nine-year-old classmate.
ICANN rules to allow non-Latin letters as top-level domain names.
Arizona Supreme Court holds that metadata in state documents is public record.
Apple continues to limit Palm Pre enjoyment, this time by blocking ability to sync to the company’s latest version of iTunes (9.0.2).
Possible hoax? Bluebeat.com claims to be offering the entire Beatles catalog at a discounted price, plus unlimited streaming.
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