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- Michael Jackson’s estate sues former manager for allegedly convincing artist to sign unconscionable contracts.
- Some believe Anonymous will be able to disable power grids by next year.
- Court grants EFF’s motion to dismiss claim that time zone database was protected by copyright.
- Tenth Circuit & Eleventh Circuit weigh in on applicability of Fifth Amendment to encrypted data.
- EFF files suit to block legal threats against a lawyer-rating website on First Amendment grounds.
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