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Coopting the cops: Class action plaintiff lawyers gain access to wiretap evidence

The walls have ears.

Last week the Supreme Court of Canada opened the door for plaintiffs in a price-fixing class action to gain access to wiretap evidence collected in an on-going criminal investigation. 848 more words

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Amazon and S&S Agree Terms. Who's The Bad Guy Again?

Simon & Schuster has agreed a multi-year deal with Amazon covering both e-books and print books. Business Insider reported that negotiations only took three weeks and were concluded two months before the original contract expired. 1,446 more words

Chemtrail & Geoengineering ~ Blocking the Transformational Sun Rays

The Chemtrail & Geoengineering Conspiracy-New Evidence August 2012 (WITWATS)

I want my friends who can’t see how much the clouds have changed to watch this video. 44 more words

New Earth

Counter-Points To My Earlier Points

I made the arguments earlier. Now here’s the rebuttals (sort of). And the rebuttals to the rebuttals. Yeah, I’m three degrees deep in arguing with myself about obscure market competition issues on a Sunday. 1,194 more words


Agency and Anti-Competitive Behavior: Looking back a century

I was reading Barry Eisler’s takedown of the most recent Amazon hit piece (Surprise! From yet another author with a book under contract to Hachette who didn’t think it necessary to disclose that fact. 3,997 more words


Q&A with Mark Whitacre, Keynote Speaker at the TORCH Awards

Mark Whitacre is the keynote speaker for BBB’s 2014 TORCH Awards, which honor businesses and charities with exceptional ethics and service, at noon Oct. 14 at the Chase Park Plaza in St. 661 more words

St Louis BBB

Some Call It Collusion

Collusion:  secret agreement or cooperation especially for an illegal or deceitful purpose.

That’s Webster’s definition of a practice that, as far as I understand, is illegal in the United States. 657 more words