hpr1145 :: TGTM Newscast for 12/20/2012
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- Chavez’s Farewell?
- CIA Torture, Rendition Victim Wins Landmark European Court Case
- Right-to-Work in Michigan Is About Politics, Not Economics
- HSBC Hit with Fine for Helping Drug Cartels and Dictators; Executives Too Big to Jail
- Calling on Congress: Time to Fix Copyright
- ITU Boss In Denial: Claims Success, Misrepresents Final Treaty, As US, UK, Canada And Many More Refuse To Sign
- Sony's New German Ebookstore Features Thousands Of DRM-Free Books
- “Six Strikes” Scheme May Lead to Lawsuits Against Pirates
- Microserver Market Heats up: Intel Atom S1200 (Centerton) Announcement
- Verizon Determined to Expose BitTorrent Copyright Trolls
- Julian Assange Moves Forward Plans To Run For Senate And Start A Wikileaks Political Party
- AFL-CIO calls for universal voter registration
- Economic BS in Rich Countries is Reinforced by BS about Venezuela
- Swedish Pirate Party Defends Role As Pirate Bay ISP
- Pirate Bay Founder Released From Solitary Confinement
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