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As many readers will have heard, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Grokster earlier today (Souter opinion, Ginsburg concurrence, Breyer concurrence).
I'm participating in a discussion of the decision at the Wall Street Journal online (free access for roundtable). My initial take and posting is:
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