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James Boyle

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Professor of Law at Duke Law School and co-founder of its Center for the Study of the Public Domain; board member of Creative Commons; author of The Shakespeare Chronicles, a literary mystery about a search for the true author of Shakespeare's works

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The Internet website  YouTube  is growing like mad. Last year's nine million monthly visitors skyrocketed to 133 million this year, and  Google purchased YouTube  for $1.65 billion.

Viacom Sues YouTube

The Internet website YouTube is growing like mad. Last year's nine million monthly visitors skyrocketed to 133 million this year, and Google purchased YouTube for $1.65 billion.

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A veteran film executive pays the price for becoming a director and breaking the rules of the Hollywood caste system.

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