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July | August 2003
Censoring Science: Lincoln Caplan


SCENES
Alimentary School
By Joel Topcik
New York's summer associates are out to lunch.

A Seat at the Table
By Michael Gerber
The ABA sidles up to the GOP.

Tour's Over
By Damien Cave
The Cuban travel crisis.

A Modest Proposal
By Jessica Abel
Paying drug addicts not to have children.

ARGUMENT
Good Kills?
By David Bosco
The law of war says the lives of civilians are worth more than the lives of soldiers.

TERMS OF ART
A to Zzz
By Eugene Kontorovich & David Lisitza
Black's Law Dictionary is at risk of becoming another Webster's.



LAW & TECHNOLOGY
To Kill an Avatar
By Dan Hunter & F. Gregory Lastowka
Norrath, the online world created by Sony, has more residents than Miami and a bigger GNP than Bulgaria. Who will make its laws?
PLUS: MAY THE BEST WOOKIEE WIN

The Copyright Cage
By Jonathan Zittrain
Teddy bears can't include tape decks. Girl Scouts who sing "Puff, the Magic Dragon" owe royalties. Copyright law needs to change.

Your Cellphone Is a Homing Device
By Brendan I. Koerner
Don't want the government to know where you are? Throw away your cell, stop taking the subway, and pay the toll in cash.
PLUS: CAMERA SHY BY PATRICK KEEFE

Seeing It Both Ways
By Orin S. Kerr
Matthew Kammersell was convicted for making a threat because he didn't know the difference between the physical and virtual realities of the Internet. Do the courts?
PLUS: SMALL SCIENCE BY GLENN HARLAN REYNOLDS




REVIEWS

academy
Suing Henry Ford
The libel suit that forced the automaker to apologize for his anti-Semitism.
By Victoria Saker Woeste & Susan Radomsky

SATIRE
Michael Jordan, Attorney-at-Law
By Jen Sorensen

practice
Testing Testing
The sweat patch solved the problems of urinalysis and created a host of its own.
By Lara A. Bazelon

academy
Elsewhere
Remorseless children, the castle doctrine, and other ideas from the nation's law reviews.



STORIES

Second-Class Citizens
The separate and unequal treatment of our far-flung territories.
By Chris Mooney

Ideology Matters
The Estrada filibuster and the politics of confirmation.
By Katherine Marsh

For the Record
Kojo Bentsi-Enchill believes the best check on Ghana's judiciary is information.
By Nicholas Thompson

Is Everything Sacred?
A respected art dealer is busted for selling a Cheyenne war bonnet.
By Jori Finkel



EXHIBIT
The Blindfold of Justice

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