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August 25, 2004

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Judges Against the Drug War: Still Looking for Volunteers.
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CCLE IN THE NEWS

Director of The Corporation spotted in Cognitive Liberty T-Shirt
Is that a famous movie director wearing a cognitive liberty T-shirt? Yes!
Mark Achbar, director of the award-winning documentary, The Corporation.
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CCLE director Richard Glen Boire will be presenting at the Boom Festival in Portugal from August 26-30, 2004. 

Amanda Onion from ABCNews.com has published another article on a cognitive liberty issue, and she cites Richard Glen Boire.

An article by Stephanie Anderson about reader's rights in a post-Patriot Act world-"Who's Reading over your Shoulder"- is set to be included in a college textbook. This article was previously published in The Humanist in 2002, and ran as in op-ed in several newspapers.


TOP NEWS

The 'Just Say No' Shot
By Stephanie Ramos, ABCNEWS.com, Aug. 19, 2004

British Experts Believe Answer to Drug Problem May Be to Inoculate Kids
"Under a program presented to British Parliament late last month, children in "high risk situations" those whose family or socio-economic circumstances might make them more susceptible to drug addictions would be vaccinated against highly addictive substances like cocaine, heroin and nicotine."
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Technology vs. Torture
By Harvey Rishikof and Michael Schrage, Slate, Aug. 18, 2004
"Psychopharmaceuticals and brain imaging could make prisoner interrogation more humane. Should we use them?"
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Monkeys test 'hardworking gene'
By Richard Black, BBC science correspondent, Aug. 12, 2004
"Scientists in the United States have found a way of turning lazy monkeys into workaholics using gene therapy."
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