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In the news . . .
Google tones down its settlement demands in hopes of keeping agreement alive.
Computer programmers who assisted Madoff in $60 billion fraud arrested; face charges of conspiracy, falsifying books and records of a broker dealer, and falsifying books and records of an investment advisor.
NFL receiver Chad Ochocinco fined $20,000 for $1 bribe to referee.
Verizon sheds reluctance to aid RIAA and launches plan to issue “copyright notices” to those customers accused of illegal downloading.
Swiss government challenges Google Street View for failing to meet its privacy demands.
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