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Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:00 PM

Here is a news review:

Venezuelan
Victimâs Association Opposes Pardon Requests for Perpetrators of 2002
Coup

Judge:
U.S. Govât Must Prove Manning Knowingly Aided Al-Qaeda

Court
Orders Nuclear Regulatory Commission to Explain Why it Exempted Indian
Point Reactor from Fire Safety Regulations

A
Good Year for Red Umbrellas: Advances in Sex Workers Rights in 2012

Paid
sick days legislation would benefit public health, business

Free
Speech Victory - Court Grants Preliminary Injunction in EFF's Prop 35
Suit

Canadian
Court Refuses to Ship Megaupload Servers to the US

What
to Do about Computer Crime Laws

Copyright
âStrikeâ Systems Are Modern Witch Trials

Farewell
to Aaron Swartz, an Extraordinary Hacker and Activist


Other Headlines:

Cuba Immigration
Reforms Going into Effect Today

Two More
Horrific Gang Rapes: Why Rage Against Women Is Boiling Over in India

Aaron
Swartz's Lawyer: Prosecutor Stephen Heymann Wanted 'Juicy' Case For
Publicity

Law
Professor James Grimmelmann Explains How He Probably Violated The Same
Laws As Aaron Swartz

EFF's
Initial Improvements to Aaron's Law for Computer Crime Reform


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