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My final Ethics paper on capital punishment. As usual, Creative Commons, so feel free to share, modify, and use it under CC-BY-SA.
Whether or not it’s anyone’s business or that the general American cares about the ongoing spat between the Johnston’s and the Palin’s, there is one important thing to see in this.
There’s a new article out on CNET that congress is now looking at putting the idea of Net Neutrality to ink and in the process, re-vamping copyright law. This is long overdue as many of our current commercial laws were designed in a pre-internet era. Things like the First Sale Doctrine have fallen under mass ambiguity.