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Corporate Media ALWAYS Wants More War Jimmy DoreThe Petya ransomware is starting to look like a cyberattack in disguise The Verge. Chuck L: “Russia would have been more subtle if they’d done it. Some other government set them up.”
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"After 58 years of SCt journalism, 69 in the trade, retiring next wk after final opins & orders." So tweeted the incomparable Lyle Denniston this afternoon. Thanks, Lyle, for all of your amazing hard work and dedication. I hope you have an enjoyable and relaxing retirement. You most certainly will be missed!Today at the "Constitution Daily" blog of the National Constitution Center, Lyle has a post titled "A court term ends, a career change begins."
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At the "THR, Esq." blog of The Hollywood Reporter, Eriq Gardner has a post titled "Supreme Court Strikes Down Rule Against Disparaging Trademarks; Simon Tam, the Asian-American frontman of The Slants, emerges victorious in his years-long quest to register his rock band's name."
Lyle Denniston has a blog post titled "Trademarks protected as free speech."
In commentary, online at Bloomberg View, law professor Stephen L. Carter has an essay titled "Offensive Speech Is Free Speech. If Only We'd Listen. The Supreme Court loosens restrictions on trademarks at a time when society is less tolerant of unpopular ideas."
And at CNN.com, Marc Randazza has an essay titled "Rock band The Slants' victory in court secures your rights."
You can access today's ruling of a partially divided three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit at this link
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