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Blake Brittain / Reuters:
A US judge rules that the Thomson Reuters suit accusing Ross Intelligence of copying Westlaw content to train a competing AI-based platform must go to trial
David Robb / Deadline:
SAG-AFTRA members vote to authorize a strike against 10 of the major video game companies if negotiations fail; 98.32% voted in favor after a 27.47% turnout
Mack DeGeurin / Gizmodo:
How Meta's Facebook and Instagram news blackout in Canada is having an outsized effect on student publications and nonprofit community outlets in the country
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