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Super Bowl score: Janet, 1; offended lawyer, 0. A Utah judge has dismissed without comment a suit by attorney and father of three Eric Stephenson, who had sued CBS owner Viacom in small claims court over Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction” during the Super Bowl halftime show. Stephenson said the broadcasting company owed him $5,000 for falsely advertising the entertainment as family-oriented. … Government says good riddance to bad terrorism laws in India: The newly-elected coalition led by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said it will scrap its predecessors’ post-9/11 Prevention of Terrorism Act. Citing misuse of the act over the past two years, particularly against Muslims, the coalition plans to repeal it without compromising the fight against terror … Spam, eggs, spam, jail time … Howard Carmack, the so-called “Buffalo Spammer,” sent out 825 million bulk e-mails using stolen identities and fake addresses. But he won’t be clogging in-boxes anymore, unless his cell has Internet access: Carmack was sentenced this week to 3 1/2 to seven years in prison under New York’s new identity-theft statute … The “Ten Commandments” judge plans to appeal his case to a higher authority: the U.S. Supreme Court. Roy Moore, ousted as chief justice of Alabama for refusing a federal judge’s order to remove a Ten Commandments monument from his judicial building, will argue he was deprived of due process and the right of free exercise of religion … Used underwear for sale — good as new! Following a local TV news broadcast that apparently gave them the heebie-jeebies, New York City lawmakers are considering legislation to end the menace of previously worn intimate apparel being sold as new. Council members have yet to decide whether the bill should include socks, bras and undershirts. –Lydia Markoff

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