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Yelp Refuses to Remove Reviews Ruled Defamatory—With Good Reason. Will California Supreme Court Agree?

Defamatory speech falls under one of a few exceptions to broad First Amendment protection, and Yelp's lawyers say it usually follows court orders to take down content that has been ruled defamatory. B... read more

US Federal Court: “you didn’t show up for jury duty” scammers slicker than ever

Bogus support calls bludgeon you into paying for crooks to pretend to remove a virus infection that doesn’t ... why a legitimate-looking caller ID might be bogus. It could be that the origin of the ca... read more

Yelp Can't Be Ordered To Remove Posts, Court Rules

Yelp cannot be ordered to remove defamatory posts against a San ... invitation to spread falsehoods on the internet without consequence." She said her client was considering an appeal to the U.S. Supr... read more

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Dustin Hoffman Accused of Exposing Himself to a Minor, Assaulting Two Women (EXCLUSIVE)

Melissa Kester was a recent college graduate when Hoffman allegedly sexually assaulted ... and said that Hoffman wanted to see if she would come to set and had offered to send a car for her. She turne... read more


CrossFit asks court to unmask peer reviewers of retracted study

We asked Russell Greene if he personally stood by the allegedly defamatory comments ... paper was suitable to be published. The court in that case denied Arco Solar’s request. In Crawford’s order deny... read more

India rolls out its own version of PRISM to spy in the name of security

Then in 2011, The New York Times reported that the Indian government asked companies like Google, Facebook, and Yahoo to “prescreen user content from India and to remove disparaging, inflammatory, or ... read more

Judge tells NFL, NFLPA to ease up on the tough talk

Berman, in an order issued sua sponte (fancy lawyer talk for “on its own without a request from either side”) advising ... for all counsel and all parties in this case to tone down their rhetoric,” Ju... read more

REAL SCOOP: Alleged B.C. hitmen murdered within weeks of Dubai slaying

So how did two Lower Mainland men with gang links end up allegedly involved in a targeted assassination ... He was also charged with breaching a court order. He was convicted in July 2011 on both coun... read more

Creator of spoofed police Facebook page may be charged with felony

The site’s since been taken down ... Novak allegedly cooked up wasn’t exactly what you’d call on par with The Onion when it comes to insightful, witty commentary. When you subtract funniness and misre... read more

Earth May Be a 1-in-700-Quintillion Kind of Place

The model creates exoplanets based only on the ones we have discovered, which is an extremely small sample size that probably doesn’t provide a representative cross-section of all of the planets in ex... read more

Tobuscus Interview: How He Navigates YouTube’s Landscape Today

While Turner doesn’t personally subscribe to drama ... dissipate after some time or take the YouTuber to court. Just like with content ID, copyright strikes have been abused by copyright holders in or... read more

Arizona Bar Accuses Libel Lawyers of Suing Fake Defendants

So you might be out the money, and without a remedy. That's where the fake-defendant lawsuits come ... the court file in the Florida Kogan v. Chinnock case, in which Chinnock was accused of fraud and ... read more



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