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The Justice Department’s antitrust division has begun issuing civil subpoenas as it probes further into whether a planned Google-Yahoo partnership in search advertising is anticompetitive, a person close to a company that received a subpoena confirmed on Wednesday. The subpoenas are being issued not only to Google and Yahoo, but also to Microsoft, an Internet search rival, and other companies including advertisers and media companies, said the person, who asked not to be identified because he was not authorized to speak. News of the subpoenas, known as Civil Investigative Demands, or CIDs, was first reported Wednesday in ...
America’s military industrial complex and many of her national leaders have found a way to wage war in a manner that leaves the majority of Americans directly unaffected by its horrors (and ignorant of the negative indirect effects on their common good). The absence of a draft, the use of high tech, impersonal killing machines (such as drones), and the failure of the mainstream media to adequately cover such a war result in a citizenry totally oblivious to the devastation that we are inflicting on foreign lands and their peoples and to the misery that such a war produces for that ... Read More
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