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PBS NewsHour: How Effective Is Justice Department Crackdown on Counterfeit Goods Dealers?

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The Justice Department used Cyber Monday, the biggest online shopping day of the year, to shut down 150 websites that were allegedly peddling fake shoes, sporting goods and handbags. Gwen Ifill discusses the crackdown on counterfeit goods with author Larry Downes and Steve Tepp of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

PBS NewsHour: Google's Schmidt on the 'Winners and Losers' in Search Rankings

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Google is being investigated as to whether it may be violating anti-trust law in how it ranks websites when consumers do searches. Gwen Ifill talks to Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt as part of the Atlantic and Aspen Ideas Forum.

June 27, 1997

Weekly Show

The Supreme Court session in 1997 ended with 16 opinions released in the final week. Among them, a number of landmark decisions including the overturning of the Brady handgun bill and the first ruling on whether the internet should be governed by free speech provisions. Analysis provided for us by the Dean of the Supreme Court Press Corps, Linda Greenhouse.

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