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In the news . . .
New shape to the Internet on the way?
Feud between Amazon and Apple over the Daily Deal.
European poker tournament robbed by machine gunners on live television.
Supreme Court issues opinion on subject matter jurisdiction in unregistered copyright cases.
Viacom dispels rumors about going after bloggers who use clips of popular shows under fair use defense.
While a rape lawsuit is still pending, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger faces new sexual assault charge from Georgia student.
Cities lobby for Google’s high-speed Internet access.
New music service Spotify, successful in Europe, may soon find popularity in U.S.
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