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Slip Opinions The Electronic Silk Road Wants to be Free? Or, Fair Use Gets Fairer (kw) Concurring Opinions is a multiple authored, general interest legal blog. I am curious to hear what CoOp readers think of Edward Snowden’s actions. So treat this as an open thread. Student scholarships are donor-magnets; and The Prisoner’s Dilemma. Donor preferences would be a tough nut to crack.

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