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I'm not at all sure that Geoffrey Kane is justified in feeling ethically safe because he works in corporate law. On a case by case basis of his own experience, his judgement is probably correct. But it seems to me that immense miscarriages of corporate justice occur and injure more of us than those in criminal law. But they're too technical for the news media to understand, or at least present. The level of monopoly power presently tolerated and encouraged by the law means that I suspect the farmer who grows your breakfast cereal gets a smaller cut of the price paid by the consumer than Phil Greenspun gets out of dead-tree publishing.