Whispers And Warnings For September 11th

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Amazon’s Book Publishing Chief Accused Of Sexual Assault In Lawsuit
“Laurence ‘Larry’ Kirshbaum, Amazon’s book publishing chief, has been accused of sexually harassing and assaulting a former lover, according to a lurid New York State lawsuit.”

Lance Armstrong and his publishers win class action lawsuit brought by readers
“Judge rules doping lies were ‘free speech.'”

Yahoo, Facebook file suits on surveillance orders
“Pummeled by continuing reports about their role in NSA surveillance programs, major Internet companies are intensifying their push to publish more information on government orders.”

Suggestive and Freely Distributed Magazine Banned in Moscow
“Flirt v Bolshom Gorode (Flirting in the Big City) has been shut down following a decision by a Moscow region court.”

Boston Common Press tactics anger consumers
“Brookline-based Boston Common Press, best known for publishing Cook’s Illustrated magazine and producing the show ‘America’s Test Kitchen,’ has also won a less-desirable reputation for how the company sells subscriptions and books.”

Company makes coloring book to tell ‘the truth’ about terrorism, spoofs Rolling Stone’s Tsarnaev cover
“A Missouri company’s coloring book, which purports to tell the ‘truth’ about terrorists, contains images criticizing Usama bin Laden and Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev after he was featured on a controversial Rolling Stone cover.”

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