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Big Brother in New Jersey

The New Jersey Turnpike Authority is using copyright laws to make the case that it can sue video sites for use of turnpike videos.

When must a government agency put its foot down–use any power under its command–to stop someone from doing something that is just plain wrong? Should it do so even when the very act of lowering the boom is, in itself, ethically questionable?

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