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Weekly Links: June 12-18, 2011

Sorry for the lapse in “weekly links” posting, it’s busy time of the year (with vacations, among other things)!  A few interesting legal developments last week in the technology world.  Here’s what we have been thinking about:

Two 3d circuit decisions on school punishment cases involving MySpace. [Layshock v. Hermitage School (2011)] [JS v. Blue Mountain School District (2011)]

1st circuit hears a case on the right to record in public (and a MA law). [via ACLU]

A DHS-seized domain name owner fights back.  [via EFF]

NYT and OpinionLab seek declaratory judgment in Lodsys patent dispute. [via Engadget]

EFF and Fenwick win dismissal in Righthaven v. Democratic underground, for lack of standing, judge orders Righthaven to explain why they shouldn’t be sanctioned.  (ouch) [via EFF]

Is Sears offering a Android-based iPhone clone?  Or just interested in a lawsuit? [via CrunchGear]

Lawsuit filed against Apple over “iBooks” trademark by New York publisher.  [via Bloomberg]

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