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Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
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Topic - Stanislav Maroja
Congratulations to IM Daniel Ludwig, who took clear first Sunday night in the 2012 Eastern Open downtown at the Westin Washington Hotel with an undefeated 6½-1½ score, a full point ahead of a quartet of challengers.
"After the eighth round, there were suspicions that Ivanov had some electronic tools to help him and in my capacity of arbiter I decided to make a move in line with FIDE rules," Stanislav Maroja of the Zadar County Chess Federation told local reporters.