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The fight among book worms

 09/04/2009 - 13:18
The fight among book worms
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A big battle is brewing in of all places the library. It all started
when Google, the Internet search engine and media giant, began scanning
millions of books without permission. That led the Authors Guild and
the Association of American Publishers to file a class-action suit. Now
a $125 million settlement might be in the offing that could lead to a
book registry for author and publisher rights and royalties and a huge
online archive of millions of books.

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Male Judges Decide Differently? You're Kidding?

 08/06/2009 - 13:15
Male Judges Decide Differently? You're Kidding?
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The New York Times recently reported on, ”Debate on Whether Female Judges Decide Differently…”. In reference to a review of previous decisions by Judge Sonia Sotomayor’s qualifications for a U.S. Supreme Court appointment. The article went on to tell us that “several female judges [are] troubled by this possibility.”

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