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The Daily Memo - 6/22/07

check.jpgWil Wheaton rightfully calls the prohibition on internet gambling “stupid and intrusive.” (WWdN: In Exile)

check.jpgCongress wants to regulate the robots! (Engadget)

check.jpgDick Cheney’s office is trying to claim that there are instances when the VP’s office shouldn’t be considered an “entity within the executive branch” - I love this administration more and more with every passing day. (the raw story)

check.jpgSeveral of the bigger internet radio stations have planned a “day of silence” for June 26, in protest of the looming hike in royalty rates. (Download Squad)

check.jpgAn Ohio man has filed a lawsuit claiming that red-light cameras are part of an unconstitutional scheme to extort money, and he’d like $3 million, thank you very much. And who’s guilty of extortion here? (Engadget)

check.jpg“A classic Kozinski benchslap.” (Above the Law)

check.jpgA Florida teen has sued a Mickey-D’s franchise owner over the sexual relationship she had with her boss. (Law.com)

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You linking to anything by Wil Wheaton makes me want to love the world again.