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The Daily Memo - 10/25/07

check.jpgStephen Colbert doesn’t care about silly election laws because our administration has taught us that true patriots don’t care about the law! (Slate)

check.jpgThis is understandable - I was often tempted to shoot up some of my law school books. (WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpgVerizon is starting to make amends for cutting off folks who used too much of its “unlimited” data plans, but I suspect we haven’t heard the last of this silly mess just yet. (Engadget)

check.jpgThe California legislature has closed up an unintended loophole (at least, the court had ruled there was a loophole) in an earlier publicity rights law, meaning that Marilyn Monroe’s estate can now stop unauthorized use of her likeness. (WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpgWell it was surely more interesting than what they were actually saying. (Legal Antics)

check.jpgThe real world lawsuit over the virtual Second Life world has settled, and the guy who sued is getting his account reactivated so that he can, once again, kiss reality goodbye. (Impact)

check.jpgThe IRS lucked out, as the final bill for last year’s phone tax refund is looking to be only about half of the expected $8 billion payout. (CNN)

check.jpgThis is a great story about a woman who hid her lotto jackpot from her eventual ex-husband, and the bouncer who got his mitts into the middle of it all. (Miami Herald)