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Jersey Shore season two premiere breaks records…
While Snooki gets arrested filming season three.
Saudi Arabi blocks Blackberry Messenger, citing national security concerns because the devices operate beyond the government’s ability to monitor their use.
Chelsea Clinton ties the knot in New York…
While Spencer Pratt claims his marriage to Heidi Montag was faked for MTV.
The Wall Street Journal finds that the web’s new gold mine is mining consumer “secrets.”
A federal judge has ordered TLC to stop using the title “Cake Boss.”
Google continues to have difficulties in China.
Jury goes “wild” in Girls Gone Wild case, finding that a woman “featured” in the video had no reasonable expectation of privacy.
Cameras mounted on a bus allow injury to be seen from new angle, leading to multimillion dollar settlement.
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