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Jury gets to decide whether Courtney Love’s Twitter trash talk constitutes defamation.
Ninth Circuit strengthens “first sale doctrine,” holding resale of promotional CDs is legal.
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YouTube, MySpace accounts help law enforcement learn about shooter of Congresswoman Giffords and others.
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