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Robert Dubler SC and Matthew Kalyk

assassination: Herbert H. Rowen (ed), The Low Countries in Early Modern Times (Harper & Row: New York, 1972) 77–79. 73 See Bassiouni, above n 2, 229 n 172; Bassiouni, above n 65, 109–110. 74 This is the view of: Georg Schwarzenberger, ‘The Problem of an International Criminal Law’ in Gerhard Mueller and

Diego Navarro Bonilla

not only a concern today. Rather, as Marc Andrejevic 1 points out in his new book, Infoglut , its roots date back to Early Modern Europe, as masterfully discussed by Ann Blair in her now classic Too much to know . 2 Centuries later, those large “ears” strategically positioned in the squares