Story Titles from the Tech Law Journal Daily E-Mail Alert, by Issue.
July - December, 2008
No. 1,876, Thursday, December 18.
• RIAA to Phase Out Litigation Against P2P Infringers
• Public Knowledge Argues that Short Codes and Text Messaging are Title II Services
No. 1,875, Wednesday, December 17.
• 4th Circuit Rejects AT&T's Effort to Remove Class Action
• 9th Circuit Rejects Challenge to Backdated FCC Forbearance Denial
• FCC OIG Reports Find E-Rate and USF Low Income Fund Fail Federal Standards for At Risk Programs
• FCC Issues Another ARMIS Forbearance Order
No. 1,874, Tuesday, December 16.
• 2nd Circuit Rules on National Security Letters
No. 1,873, Monday, December 15.
• FCC Cancels December 18 Meeting
• Google and Network Neutrality Proponents Defend Edge Caching and Colocation Agreements
• BSA Offers Policy Recommendations
• Federal Circuit Rules in iLOR v. Google
• Federal Circuit Affirms in Netcraft v. eBay and PayPal
No. 1,872, Friday, December 12.
• Gutierrez Opposes Martin's Plans for AWS-3 Band
• FCC Releases December 18 Meeting Agenda
• DOJ and FTC Fine Sony BMG $1,000,000 for COPPA Violations
• ITIF Releases Report on Broadband Network Management Practices
No. 1,871, Thursday, December 11.
• House Passes Limited Analog Broadcast Extension Bill
• House Passes Auto Maker Bail Out Bill
• Rep. Gordon Will Seek Passage of Nanotech Bill
• Intel Challenges Korea FTC Order
• Whole Foods Files Complaint Against FTC
• FTC Shuts Down Scareware Sellers
No. 1,870, Wednesday, December 10.
• House Commerce Committee Releases Report on FCC Chairman Martin
No. 1,869, Tuesday, December 9.
• DOJ Alleges FBI Wiretaps Caught Illinois Governor Selling Obama's Senate Seat
• Athena Alliance Advocates Government Support for Virtual Worlds and Cloud Computing
• Supreme Court Denies Cert in Greenberg v. National Geographic
• SCUS Denies Cert in Case Regarding Internet Based Personal Jurisdiction
• SCUS Denies Cert in Case About Local Taxation of Cell Phone Companies
No. 1,868, Monday, December 8.
• Obama Discusses Technology at Schools and Hospitals
• Open Internet Coalition Writes Obama on Appointments Related to Network Neutrality
• US and PRC Hold SED Meetings
• SEC and DOJ Pursue Del Biaggio III
• FRB Governor Discusses IT and Financial Markets
• EFF, PC and PK File Amicus Brief in Support of eBay in Tiffany Trademark Case
No. 1,867, Thursday, December 4.
• Martin Wants FCC to Adopt Free Wireless Broadband Order
• Martin Discusses FCC Agenda
• 7th Circuit Considers Fake MySpace Identities
• 7th Circuit Rules in Illinois Unbundling Case
No. 1,866, Wednesday, December 3.
• Bush Signs Child Safe Viewing Act
• FCC Commissioner Tate Wants Schools and Universities to Fight Piracy
• 5th Circuit Holds that Trademark Protects Universities' Color Schemes
• PFF Files Amicus Brief in Challenge to Cable Ownership Cap
No. 1,865, Tuesday, December 2.
• Federal Circuit Affirms in Qualcomm v. Broadcom
• Jury Returns Guilty Verdict in Lori Drew Case
No. 1,864, Monday, December 1.
• Obama Picks Holder to Be Attorney General
• Google Data Collection on Flu Trends Concerns Privacy Advocates
• NAF Paper Advocates Consumer Ownership of Fiber Connections
No. 1,863, Tuesday, November 25.
• FTC Files Cert Petition in FTC v. Rambus
• NTIA Seeks Members for Online Safety and Technology Working Group
• Obama Announces Economic Team
No. 1,862, Monday, November 24.
• FCC Files Petition for Writ of Certiorari in Broadcast Breast Case
• Update on Greenberg v. National Geographic Society
• Senate Passes Bill to Allow Select Analog Broadcasts for 30 Days After DTV Transition
• Tate Discusses Advertising Issues
No. 1,861, Friday, November 21.
• MacArthur Foundation Study Finds Youth Use of Online Spaces is Valuable
• Obama Picks Greg Craig to Be White House Counsel
• More Obama Appointments
• Rep. Boehner Criticizes Selection of Rep. Waxman to Chair Commerce Committee
• Congress Considers Protection of U.S. Auto Makers
• WTO's Lamy Analyzes Economics and Politics of Trade
• Bush Warns Against Protectionism at APEC Conference
• Paulson Argues That Financial Reforms Should Include Free Trade and Open Investment
No. 1,860, Thursday, November 20.
• Dingell Deposed by Waxman
• Rep. Waxman's Record on Technology and Communications Issues
• House Commerce Committee Democrats Write EPA Regarding E-Waste
• PFF Paper Addresses Kafkaesque Cable Regulation at FCC
No. 1,859, Wednesday, November 19.
• FCC Commission Tate Addresses NARUC Convention
• Cato Paper Argues Against Network Neutrality Legislation
• Cuban Rebuts Some SEC Allegations
• ITIF Releases State New Economy Index
No. 1,858, Tuesday, November 18.
• FTC Sues Seller of Spyware Software and Services
• SEC Charges Mark Cuban with Insider Trading
• Treasury & FRB Publish Internet Gambling Rules
• Supreme Court Denies Cert in Doe v. MySpace
No. 1,857, Monday, November 17.
• Supreme Court Takes Challenge to McCain Feingold
• Fed Vice Chairman Addresses IT, Innovation and Booms and Busts in Tech and Financial Sectors
• Update on Capitol Records v. Thomas
• 10th Circuit Considers Chevron/BrandX Deference
No. 1,856, Wednesday, November 12.
• FCC Sets Comment Deadlines for Intercarrier Compensation and Universal Service FNPRM
• NCTA Complains Regarding FCC Letters of Inquiry
No. 1,855, Tuesday, November 11.
• DOJ Brings and Settles Criminal Price Fixing Actions Against LCD Makers
• 4th Circuit Rejects Rep. Jefferson's Speech or Debate Clause Appeal
• Former Intel Employee Indicted for Theft of Trade Secrets
• Counterfeit DVD Sellers Indicted
• Verizon Employee Sentenced on Internet Child Porn Charges
• More Online Porm Cases
• Hacking Computer Systems
• Other Tech Crimes
No. 1,854, Monday, November 10.
• 5th Circuit Addresses Damages Available for Violation of Privacy Act
• Copyright Office Releases Interim Section 115 Digital Phonorecord Delivery Regulation
• Copyright Alliance and Others File Amicus Briefs in Remote Storage DVR Case
• Barnett to Leave Antitrust Division
No. 1,853, Wednesday, November 5.
• FTC to Hold Hearings on IP Law
• State Prosecutors and NCMEC Enlist Craigslist
• GNI Announces Effort to Resist Government Efforts to Censor Speech and Violate Privacy
• 9th Circuit Considers Trademark Law and First Amendment
No. 1,852, Tuesday, November 4.
• Google and Yahoo Abandon Advertising Agreement Because of DOJ Objection
• FCC Adopts White Space Order
• Supreme Court Denies Cert in Verizon Wireless FCRA Case
• DC Circuit Dismisses Cable Programmers' Petition for Review of Viewability Order
• Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument in Fleeting Expletives Case
No. 1,851, Monday, November 3.
• 2nd Circuit Affirms Dismissal of TCPA Fax Case
• District Court Issues Another Order Regarding Surveillance Records FOIA Action
• DC Circuit Dismisses in Core v. FCC
No. 1,850, Thursday, October 30.
• Federal Circuit Curtails Business Method Patents
No. 1,849, Wednesday, October 29.
• FTC to Hold Series of Hearings on Resale Price Maintenance
• Rep. Barton Urges DOJ to Investigate Both Competition and Privacy Issues in Google Yahoo Review
• FCC Seeks Dismissal of Petitions for Review of XM Sirius Orders
• 9th Circuit Dismisses Interlocutory Appeal of Order Regarding Inadvertently Disclosed E-Mail
No. 1,848, Tuesday, October 28.
• Jury Returns Guilty Verdict in Sen. Stevens' Case
• 6th Circuit Opinion Impacts Internet Wine Sales
• GAO Reports on Regulation of Export of Semiconductor Equipment to PR China
No. 1,847, Monday, October 27.
• FCC Adopts VOIP 911 Rules
• Rep. Dingell Writes FCC Regarding Unlicensed Devices in the White Space
• Broadcasters Seek Delay in White Space Proceeding
• Federal Circuit Rules Antitrust and Patent Case
No. 1,846, Wednesday, October 22.
• DHS Releases New No Fly List Rules
• Reps. Eshoo and Deal Write FCC and NTIA Re Quiet Period
• CDT Reports on Privacy Features of Web Browsers
No. 1,845, Tuesday, October 21.
• DOJ Issues Business Review Letter to RFID Consortium Re Patent Licensing
• FTC Authorizes Rambus to Receive Withheld Royalties
• GAO Reports on Personal Identifying Information in Electronic Public Records
• Tate Discusses Benefits of Network Management Practices
• Paulson Discusses Trade with PR China
No. 1,844, Thursday, October 16.
• Bush Discusses Trade Bills
• FCC Releases White Space Report
• Adelstein Addresses Child Obesity and Restricting Interactive Ads Targeting Children
• FCC Releases Order On Program Carriage Complaints
No. 1,843, Wednesday, October 15.
• 11th Circuit Addresses Personal Jurisdiction in Web Site Based Trademark Case
• FTC Obtains Sweeping Ex Parte TRO in Civil Spam Case
• McCain Palin Campaign Writes YouTube Regarding Video Take Down Procedure
• Copyright Office Proposes to Raise Registration Fees
No. 1,842, Tuesday, October 14.
• Supreme Court Grants Cert in Carlsbad Technology v. HIF Bio
• 5th Circuit En Banc Grants Mandamus To Transfer Venue Out Eastern District of Texas
• 9th Circuit Holds §§ 402 and 2342 Provide Exclusive Means of Review of FCC Orders
No. 1,841, Thursday, October 9.
• Hacker of Palin E-Mail Account Indicted
• PFF Paper States FCC Imposes Common Carrier Regulation on ISPs
• CEA Responds to Martin on Battery Powered DTV Receivers
• 11th Circuit Affirms in MCI WorldCom v. Mastec
• Federal Circuit Reverses in Predicate Logic v. Distributive Software
No. 1,840, Wednesday, October 8.
• CCIA Petitions FCC to Expand Universal Service Subsidies to Include Broadband
• 1st Circuit Considers Whether Patent Lawyers Can Claim Lien in Client's Bankruptcy Proceeding
• Bush Addresses Judicial Appointments
• DOJ Forum Shopping
No. 1,839, Tuesday, October 7.
• Copyright Office Announces 4th Triennial Review of DMCA Exemptions
• SCUS Denies Cert in Case Regarding State Regulation of Cable and Video Services
• SCUS Denies Cert In Case Regarding Personal Jurisdiction Over State Regulator of Online Commerce
• SCUS Denies Cert in Cases Regarding Enforceability of Arbitration Clause in Wireless Service Contracts
• SCUS Denies Cert in Case Regarding Whether a Signal is Patentable Subject Matter
• SCUS Denies Cert in Song Sampling Case
• SCUS Denies Cert in Case Regarding Application of Copyright Act's Time Limitation
• SCUS Denies Cert in Washingtonienne Case
No. 1,838, Monday, October 6.
• DOJ Releases Guidelines for FBI Operations
• 9th Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Establishment Clause Case Involving State Funded Web Site
• DHS's Garcia Addresses Cyber Security
• FCC Sets Comment Deadlines for 3rd Further NPRM Regarding D Block Auction
• NTIA and DOT Announce Proposed ENHANCE 911 Rules
• Book: Litigation Under the Federal Open Government Laws 2008
No. 1,837, Thursday, October 2.
• Martin Discusses NMP Order and Open Wireless Platforms
• Senators Ask USTR Not to Negotiate Too Broad an ACTA
• Bush Signs Bill to Extend LOC's Film and Audio Preservation Boards
• Public Knowledge and Wireless Carriers Dispute Threat of Text Messaging Spam
No. 1,836, Wednesday, October 1.
• Martin Names Comcast Critic FCC Chief Technologist
• Congress Passes IPR Enforcement Bill
• Rep. Lofgren Addresses PRO-IP Act and Direction of Copyright Law
• Book: A Manifesto for Media Freedom
No. 1,835, Tuesday, September 30.
• Movie Companies Sue RealNetworks for Selling DVD Copying Software
• EFF and Others File Amicus Brief in Lime Wire Case
• Music Industry Groups Propose Regulations on Compensation for Interactive Streaming and Limited Downloads
• IIPA Outlines PR China's Non-compliance with WTO Obligations
• Bush Signs Section 1030 Bill
• US and Estonia Sign Crime Fighting Agreement
No. 1,834, Monday, September 29.
• FCC Releases Order Regarding Cable TV Carriage of Digital Broadcasters
• USPTO Enters Into Agreements with IP Agencies in Korea and Australia
• New WIPO DG Argues IP Issues Should be Addressed at International Level
• Google Argues IP Issues Should be Addressed by Congress and Courts, Not Treaties
• GAO Releases Report on FBI IT Deployment Project
No. 1,833, Friday, September 26.
• FCC Seeks Comments on Wireless Location Tracking Rules
• 9th Circuit Upholds Customs Penalty for Importation of Products with Counterfeit Marks
• 9th Circuit Addresses Piracy of Satellite Television Signals
• District Court Grants New Trial to P2P Infringer
No. 1,832, Thursday, September 25.
• Google's Larry Page Meets with FCC Commissioners Regarding White Space
• NAF Paper Argues Against White Space Auction
• Google Launches Web Site Regarding Ad Agreement with Yahoo
• DOJ's Barnett Addresses Single Firm Conduct
• FCC Receives Comments on Regulation of Advertising
• Federal Circuit Affirms in Lucent v. Gateway
• Federal Circuit Rules in Broadcom v. Qualcomm
• FCC Adopts Further NPRM Regarding Public Safety Broadband Network
No. 1,831, Wednesday, September 24.
• American Antitrust Institute Comments on Google Yahoo Ad Deal
• Martin Wants Market to Provide Battery Powered DTV Receivers
• M2Z and CTIA Dispute AWS-3 Interference
• Comcast Files Network Management Plan
No. 1,830, Tuesday, September 23.
• Negotiations Launched for US to Join Trans Pacific Trade Agreement
• US and PRC Discuss IPR and Other Tech Issues
• OUSTR Holds Meeting Regarding ACTA
• CCIA Paper Decries Belgian and French Internet Protectionism
• Cato Paper Argues for Free Trade
No. 1,829, Monday, September 22.
• Public Citizen Urges Court to Dismiss Frivolous Jones Day Trademark Complaint
• Federal Circuit Rules in WLAN Patent Case
• Sen. Baucus and Sen. Hatch Introduce International IPR Protection Bill
• Canadian Academics Propose a New Era in Biotech IP
No. 1,828, Friday, September 19.
• FCC Releases Agenda for September 25 Event
• FCC Reports on Numbers of Phone Lines and Subscribers
• OUSTR to Hold Meeting on Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement
• CDT Releases Paper on Behavior Advertising
No. 1,827, Wednesday September 17.
• FTC Requires Reed Elsevier to Divest Certain Electronic Public Records Services
• Antitrust Division Releases Report on Single Firm Conduct
• Select TLJ Articles Related to the US-EC Divergence on Single Firm Conduct
• Summary of Single Firm Conduct Report
• Three FTC Commissioners Criticize Single Firm Conduct Report
• Commentary: Single Firm Conduct and the FCC
No. 1,826, Tuesday, September 16.
• House Passes Section 1030 Bill
• AT&T Complains to FCC About Cox's Refusal to License San Diego Padres Games
No. 1,825, Monday, September 15.
• Solicitor General Files Amicus Brief in Pacific Bell v. Linkline
• Rep. Sanchez Introduces Bill Regarding Customs Searches of Laptops
• FCC Releases Tentative Agenda for September 25 Event
No. 1,824, Friday, September 12.
• Senate Judiciary Committee Approves IP Enforcement Bill
• Fair Copyright in Research Works Act Introduced
No. 1,823, Tuesday, September 9.
• Judge Sullivan Denies Several of Sen. Stevens' Pre-Trial Motions
• Bush Nominates Judge Preska for 2nd Circuit
No. 1,822, Monday, September 8.
• FCC Grants Carriers Forbearance From ARMIS Reporting Rules
• ANA Writes DOJ Regarding Google Yahoo Agreement
• NCTA Intervenes in Comcast's Challenge to FCC Network Management Practices Order
No. 1,821, Thursday, September 4.
• Comcast Files Petition for Review of FCC's Network Management Practices Order
• PFF Paper on FCC's Comcast Order Invokes Kafka
• FCC Provides Exemption for Small Cable Systems
No. 1,820, Wednesday, September 3.
• FTC Amends TSR Regarding Prerecorded Messages and Call Abandonment
• CTIA Seeks Declaratory Ruling Regarding State and Local Wireless Siting Reviews
• FCC Receives Petitions for Reconsideration of IP Enabled Services Order
• NIST Withdraws 10 FIPS
No. 1,819, Thursday, August 28.
• FTC To Hold Public Workshop on Section 5 and Unfair Methods of Competition
• Department of Commerce Announces National Medal of Technology Awards
No. 1,818, Wednesday, August 27.
• DOJ Prosecutes Botnet Seller
No. 1,817, Thursday, August 21.
• FCC Releases NPRM on Wireless Microphones Operating in 700 MHz Band
• 9th Circuit Holds eBay Sale Does Not Create Personal Jurisdiction Over Out of State Seller
• 7th Circuit Considers Use of Video Surveillance Cameras
No. 1,816, Wednesday, August 20.
• 9th Circuit Remands in Warrantless Surveillance Case
• News Publishers Move to Unseal Records in AMD v. Intel
• 9th Circuit Rules in ADA Cases
No. 1,815, Tuesday, August 19.
• US, Japan and Taiwan Request WTO Panel on EU Duties on Tech Products
• Federal Circuit Affirms in Cygnus Telecommunications Patent Case
• Bush to Nominate Dempsey for Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board
No. 1,814, Monday, August 18.
• FCC Revises Schedule for August 22 Event
• FCC Awards Authors of Papers on Media Ownership and Spectrum Licensing
No. 1,813, Thursday, August 14.
• Federal Circuit Addresses Open Source Copyright Licenses
• 2nd Circuit Rules on Pseudonymous Plaintiffs
• Doe Plaintiffs File Second Amended Complaint in AutoAdmit Case
No. 1,812, Wednesday, August 13.
• NAB Adopts Resolution Regarding DTV Transition Quiet Period
• Tiffany Appeals in Case Regarding eBay Auctions of Counterfeits
• CAP and CDT Urge State AGs to Do More to Fight Online Fraud
• Georgia Sues Russia
No. 1,811, Tuesday, August 12.
• 7th Circuit Rules in Wine Sales Case
• T3 to File Antitrust Complaint Against IBM with EC
No. 1,810, Monday, August 11.
• Law Professors Argue for Dismissal of MySpace Section 1030 Prosecution
• Groups Argue E-Mail System Hacking Violates Wiretap Act
No. 1,809, Friday, August 8.
• 9th Circuit Rules in Peck v. Cingular
• FCC Adopts Third Commercial Mobile Alert System Order
• PFF and CDT File Amicus Brief in FCC Fleeting Expletives Case
No. 1,808, Thursday, August 7.
• DOJ Announces Cyber Crime Indictments
• H1B Visas, Tech Sector Jobs, and Visa Fraud
No. 1,807, Wednesday, August 6.
• FCC Grants Qwest Forbearance Previously Deemed Granted to Verizon
• FCC Releases XM Sirius Merger Order
• FTC's Chief Administrative Law Judge Will Leave FTC
• US and Korean Presidents Urge Approval of FTA
No. 1,806, Tuesday, August 5.
• 2nd Circuit Reverses in Remote Storage DVR Copyright Case
• Devices That Interfere With Cable TV's Pay Per View Billing Violate Both DMCA and Section 553
• FCC Announces Tentative Agenda for August 22 Event
• House Commerce Committee Leaders Send Interrogatories to Internet Companies Regarding Advertising Practices
No. 1,805, Monday, August 4.
• FCC Asserts Authority to Regulate Network Management Practices
• FCC Approves RCC Transfers to Verizon Wireless, Subject to Conditions
No. 1,804, Thursday, July 31.
• Senate Approves Section 1030 Bill
• House and Senate Pass Bill that Addresses P2P Infringement at Colleges
No. 1,803, Wednesday, July 30.
• Bush Amends Executive Order 12333
• DOJ Violated Federal Law by Political Hiring of Career Employees
No. 1,802, Tuesday, July 29.
• DC Circuit Reverses in FTC v. Whole Foods
• WTO Doha Talks Fail Again
• NTIA Seeks Amendment of 1090 MHz Rules
• DOJ Obtains Indictment of Sen. Stevens in DC
No. 1,801, Monday, July 28.
• Senate Takes Up Consider Omnibus Bill with Tech Provisions
• WTO Doha Talks Continue in Geneva
• Trade Bills Introduced In House
No. 1,800, Friday, July 25.
• FCC Approves XM Sirius Merger
• FCC and Comcast
• FCC Denies Forbearance Petitions
No. 1,799, Thursday, July 24.
• Bush Extends Export Control Regime
• FCC Files Brief in Judicial Challenge to Viewability Order
• House Subcommittee Holds Hearing on FCC Forbearance Procedures
No. 1,798, Wednesday, July 23.
• 3rd Circuit Holds COPA Unconstitutional
• Doha Round Trade Negotiations Continue in Geneva
• EC Releases Paper and Request for Comments on Exceptions and Limitations to Copyright
• Orphan Works Bills Discussed
No. 1,797, Tuesday, July 22.
• 3rd Circuit Overturns FCC's Breast Broadcast Fine
• DOJ Obtains Guilty Pleas in E-Gold Case
No. 1,796, Monday, July 21.
• 11th Circuit Rejects First Sale Doctrine As Defense to Illicit Software Label Trafficking
• 3rd Circuit Rules on First Amendment and Video Speech
• PFF Releases Media Metrics Report
• Senate Appropriations Committee Approves Bill for Many Tech Related Agencies
No. 1,795, Friday, July 18.
• FCC Announces Tentative Agenda for August 1 Meeting
• NCTA and NCMEC Announce MOU Regarding Porn on Cable Company Controlled Servers
• Sen. Stevens Touts Bill to Give FCC Authority to Enforce Online Porn Statutes
• FRB Reports on Economy
No. 1,794, Tuesday, July 15.
• 6th Circuit En Banc Panel Holds Warshak Case Lacks Ripeness
• 4th Circuit Affirms Summary Judgment for New York Times in Hatfill's Anthrax Libel Action
• 9th Circuit Affirms DMCA Criminal Conviction
No. 1,793, Monday, July 14.
• Yahoo Rejects Latest Microsoft Proposal
• GAO Reports on FCC's High Cost Subsidy Program
• Treasury's McCormick Addresses Protectionism and CFIUS
• WTO Releases Negotiating Texts for July 21 Doha Round Meeting
• Former Hewlett Packard VP Pleads Guilty to Theft of Trade Secrets
No. 1,792, Thursday, July 10.
• FTC Releases Annual Report on Do Not Call Registry
• Senate Passes and Bush Signs FISA Reform Bill
• FCC Releases Report and Order in CMAS Proceeding
• National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center Dedicated
No. 1,791, Wednesday, July 9.
• DC Circuit Orders FCC to Explain Intercarrier Compensation Rules for ISP Bound Traffic, Under Pain of Vacatur
No. 1,790, Tuesday, July 8.
• 11th Circuit Affirms in CBS v. Echostar
• Report Addresses Regulatory Reform in US and Japan
• Federal Reserve Board's Mishkin Addresses IT and Financial Markets
No. 1,789, Monday, July 7.
• Copyright Office Releases Section 109 Report
• 9th Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Complaint for Malicious Prosecution Based on Failed Patent Infringement Action
• 11th Circuit Issues En Banc Opinion in Greenberg v. National Geographic
No. 1,788, Tuesday, July 1.
• Antitrust Division Chief Reflects on Oracle PeopleSoft Merger
• 4th Circuit Construes Class Action Fairness Act in Wireless Case
• 1st Circuit Upholds Warrantless Wiretap of Attorney with Consent of Client
• US to Pay Hatfill in Anthrax Case
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