The Supreme Court says it's OK to display the Ten Commandments in public places sometimes.
In two separate rulings, the high court said a monument outside the Texas capitol is permissible, but displays inside two Kentucky courthouses unconstitutionally promoted religion.
The court also ruled movie studios and record labels that have been suing individual computer users who swap movies or songs may now go after technology companies that encourage illegal file-sharing.
The ruling is a major victory for entertainment companies.
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