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The Daily Memo - 12/17/07

check.jpg“Hollywood puppet Congressdude wants harder, more draconian DMCA with no safe harbor.” I wish this line was more clear about how the author really feels. (Gizmodo)

check.jpgOnce again, NY law firm Wachtell has given its associates a hefty 100% bonus. (Above the Law)

check.jpgGiggle … in the post I just mentioned, Lat linked to a post from a year ago, where some of the comments rightfully take him to task for his infuriatingly stupid use of the royal “we,” even well telling obvious first-person stories. (Above the Law)

check.jpgBill Moyers had a long chat with Keith Olbermann. (Crooks and Liars)

check.jpgPoor Alberto Gonzalez just can’t catch a break — “The ABA Journal” has changed the name of his “award” from Lawyer of the Year to Newsmaker of the Year. (ABA)

check.jpgSchooling the WSJ Law Blog on the hearsay rule and the Mitchell Report. (Concurring Opinions)

check.jpgBack to court for Comcast and the NFL Network, this time over claims that the NFL is trying to get folks to leave Comcast. (NFL)

check.jpgDidja know that smoke breaks now kinda-sorta illegal in Burbank, as the city’s 6-month old smoking ban limits the hell out of places where folks can destroy their lungs? (LAist)

check.jpgLate last week, the House passed a ban on waterboarding with a 222-199 vote. (Think Progress)

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Does Bill Moyers ever have a short chat with anyone?