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The Daily Memo - 4/7/08

check.jpgThe Ninth Circuit has ruled that the federal fair housing laws apply to website roommates.com, in some difference of opinion with the recent Seventh Circuit craigslist decision. (LAist)

check.jpgGoogle’s being sued over privacy rights by a couple whose house shows up on Google Street Views. (The WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpg“This American Life” recently did an interesting episode on politics and the law. (This American Life via Concurring Opinions)

check.jpgJury to Microsoft: “You pay $367 million in patent damages and you pay them now.” (Engadget)

check.jpgA Florida judge has resigned following a flap over his spat with a fellow judge, who happens to be, as ATL puts it, a “robe muncher.” (Above the Law)

check.jpgSuperdelegate, schmuperdelegate. It’s all about the superdelegates. (FindLaw)

check.jpgI don’t know what you’re talking about — billable hours rule. (The WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpgAvvo is going to start rating lawyers in MA and FL. (Law.com)

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I think it's ass backwards that google can put up a picture of your house and then YOU have to be the one to deal with removing it if you don't want it up there. Don't get me wrong, I've traveled the world via GoogleEarth, but I think the invasion of privacy argument is valid enough. Just because something CAN be photographed and posted on the internet doesn't mean it should be.