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. "Research into internet use has found that, among children with internet access, more than a quarter of eight to 11-year-olds claimed to have a profile page on a social networking website. This is despite nominal age restrictions aimed at preventing pre-teens from using such sites." (Link: Adult social networking sites attract young users at guardian.co.uk ) Equally surprising is the suggestion that social networking sites don't generate large amounts of revenue when compared to other equally popular websites. Fox Interactive, the Internet division of News Corp., may fall $100 million short on its $1 ...
Paul Roberts, "The Sweet Hereafter: Our Craving for Sugar Starves the Everglades and Fattens Politicians" (Harper's, Nov. 1, 1999). Benforado et al., "Broken Scales: Obesity and Justice in America," 53 Emory Law Review 1645 (2004). Eric Schlosser, Fast Food Nation. Idea clusters (please add readings and topics as you see fit?) IP and Human Rights? (Keith, date not yet chosen: Radio, commons, FCC, spectrum licensing. is it like IP? scarcity + stewardship concerns.) International law “Cunning States and Unaccountable International Institutions: Legal Plurality, Social Movements ... Read More
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