IF WE JUST BANNED FROWNY-FACE EMOTICONS IN THEIR BOARDS, EVERYTHING WOULD BE FINE
Executive Faces Uphill Battle in His Suits Over Anonymous Web Attacks
Despite the headline, I note that Daily Business Review reporter Jessica M. Walker tucked this appellate law reference into her conclusion:
"While the federal courts have tended to protect the confidential[iality] of John Does in cybersmearing cases, Florida's 3rd District Court of Appeal in Miami took a position against anonymous cybersmearing in a 2000 case, Hvide v. Doe. The 3rd DCA rejected the anonymous posters' claim to protection under the First Amendment."
Posted by Laurel Newby on January 28, 2005 at 12:55 PM | Permalink
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