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Are Online Comments No Longer Anonymous?

Post by Randall Ryder In a recent case, the Third Circuit of Appeals ruled that an Illinois newspaper must reveal the identity of an anonymous commentator.  Going forward, will this change the way newspapers and individuals approach online comments? The case…

Is Online Activity Likely to Lead to Lawyer Misbehavior?

 Post by Randall Ryder More and more lawyers are getting in trouble for things they have done online. Are lawyers asking for sanctions by posting comments online? A recent article points out a number of situations where lawyers have been negatively…

‘I read it on the Internet, so it must be true’: Pitfalls of internet research

Guest Blogger:Antonin Pribetic Sometimes it pays to not take what you read on the Internet at face value.  While there are significant benefits in making legislation and court decisions freely available to the general public through government websites such as…

Canadian Federal Goverment attempts to control spam

July 21st, 2009 Guest Blogger:Antonin Pribetic Spam is electronic pollution. Just about everyone—except spammers, I suppose—hates spam. Trying to sift through legitimate emails in order to weed out unsolicited junk mail, advertising the latest generic pharmaceuticals or male enhancement products,…