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Monday Morning JetLawg

On February 15, 2010 By JETLaw

In the news . . .

Google staying in China after all. Meanwhile, Google Buzz oversight raises significant privacy concerns.

Consequences of school filters.

Iran takes steps towards government email for all.

Bruce leaves lawsuit against small store owners.

The dangers of singing [...]

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Proposition 8: Play Him Off, Keyboard Cat

On January 12, 2010 By Kevin Lumpkin

Remember Proposition 8? Back in 2008, California proved that even in a state where more than 14,000 people will cast a ballot for this guy (and a majority will vote for this guy), 52% of voters oppose gay marriage. Well, the law is now being [...]

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Social Network Host or Thought Police?

On May 20, 2009 By Rachel Perkins

Facebook is once again in the center of controversy regarding the moral responsibilities of webhosts. This latest debate focuses on whether Facebook should police Holocaust denial groups on its network. Proponents of banning such groups argue that even when they don’t call for violence and racism, these groups are inherently hateful. Facebook has taken [...]

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Although the Miss USA pageant may have dodged one lawsuit when temporary-winner of the 2007 Miss California USA contest withdrew her claim of racial discrimination after her crown was stripped because of an “accounting error,” this year’s nationwide pageant has erupted in more controversy.  Runner-up in the competition, Carrie Prejean (Miss California), who many [...]

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