Mar 122015
 March 12, 2015  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S., Online

Rosie Mullaley reports:

Rob King may think he knows who created parody accounts of him on Facebook and Twitter.

But without solid proof, the court can’t compel the social media giants to reveal subscriber information about the accounts, a Newfoundland Supreme Court judge has ruled.

“It is insufficient for the plaintiffs to demand production simply on the basis of bare, unsupported suspicions that the information sought might trace back to the defendant,” Justice William Goodridge stated in his written decision released Tuesday.

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