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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Keeping Privacy Private
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Keeping Privacy Private

Until recently, file-swapping sites like Gnutella, Freenet, and Scour have been relatively unknown. These sites have been brought into the public consciousness in recent weeks thanks to the media coverage of the Recording Industry Association of America’s (RIAA's) lawsuit against Napster. The latest development of this technology was unveiled last Wednesday at Aimster.com.

08/14/2000
A VICE PRESIDENT SETBACKS FORCED GORE TO BROADEN HIS FOCUS BEYOND ENVIRONMENT
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A VICE PRESIDENT SETBACKS FORCED GORE TO BROADEN HIS FOCUS BEYOND ENVIRONMENT

BY Michael Kranish

WASHINGTON - One day last September, Vice President Al Gore met privately with President Clinton to deliver an urgent message. Republicans on Capitol Hill, Gore said, were taking aim at the most important weapon in the war against global warming. Gore was livid.

08/13/2000
Bill Clinton's corporate welfare hypocrisy
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Bill Clinton's corporate welfare hypocrisy

BY Scott A. Hodge

Over the last two years, Bill Clinton has repeatedly rejected meaningful tax relief for hard-working Americans on the excuse that tax cuts might in some way favor the "rich." When he recently vetoed Congress' "marriage penalty" tax relief bill, Clinton charged it was "the first installment of a fiscally reckless tax strategy." White House spokesman Joe Lockhart went even further in charging that the tax bill would disproportionately go to the wealthiest Americans.

08/12/2000
LAWMAKERS WILL DISCUSS SESSION AT TOWN MEETING
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LAWMAKERS WILL DISCUSS SESSION AT TOWN MEETING

BY STAFF REPORTS

State lawmakers will talk about the recent General Assembly session and field questions from the public during a town hall meeting today in Graham. The meeting, sponsored by North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy, will be held at 7 p.m. at the old Alamance County courthouse. Lawmakers expected to attend are state Sen. Hugh Webster, R-Caswell; state Rep. Cary Allred, R-Alamance; Rep. Nelson Cole, R-Rockingham; and state Rep. W.B. ''Junior'' Teague Jr., R-Alamance.

08/10/2000
Consumers, Texas Economy Benefit from Tort Reform
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Consumers, Texas Economy Benefit from Tort Reform

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) released findings from the first comprehensive study of the economic impact of tort reforms passed in Texas in 1995. The study reveals that the average Texas household has benefited $1,078 a year in reduced prices and increased personal income thanks to civil justice reform. In order to quantify the benefits of these reforms CSE’s adjunct research fellow and respected economist, Dr. Ray Perryman, examined the economic trends that occurred after Texas passed tort reform.

08/09/2000
The Impact of Judicial Reforms on Economic Activity in Texas
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The Impact of Judicial Reforms on Economic Activity in Texas

Executive Summary

08/09/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Antitrust Jihad Hijacks Innovation Once Again
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Antitrust Jihad Hijacks Innovation Once Again

Yesterday, 28 states’ Attorneys General filed an antitrust suit against the recording industry’s five largest record companies and three retailers. The suit, which lists Capitol Records, Sony Music, BMG Music, Universal Music, and Warner Music as defendants, claims that these companies conspired with retailers at Tower Records, Musicland, and Trans World Entertainment to fix CD prices. By the time this costly suit concludes, it is likely that music distribution will have undergone a fundamental transformation.

08/09/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Downloadable Democracy
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Downloadable Democracy

According to a recent poll released by PC Data, 56 percent of home Internet users agree with the legal arguments of Napster, the web site that facilitates the sharing of music files. PC Data, a Reston, Virginia-based market research firm, conducted the poll to gauge public opinion regarding the controversial copyright infringement lawsuit that is currently under appeal. The file-sharing technology of Napster has forced Americans to re-evaluate their conceptions of “intellectual property” and scrutinize the often ambiguous notion of “intellectual property rights.”

08/09/2000
Consumers, Texas Economy Benefit from Tort Reform
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Consumers, Texas Economy Benefit from Tort Reform

Today, on the steps of the Old County Courthouse, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) released findings from the first comprehensive study of the economic impact of tort reforms passed in Texas in 1995. The study reveals that the average Texas household has benefited $1,078 a year in reduced prices and increased personal income thanks to civil justice reform.

08/09/2000
American Small Business Under Attack by Trial Lawyers
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American Small Business Under Attack by Trial Lawyers

Every day, nearly 60 percent of the American workforce goes to work for a small business. Small businesses produce 40 percent of our nation’s goods and services. We see the fruits of their labor in our corner drug stores, local cleaners and florists. In addition to producing competition and jobs, small business owners provide a tremendous value to our community. Many small business owners sponsor little league teams or provide complimentary goods or services to local charities. Trial Lawyers Attack Small Business

08/08/2000

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