April 8, 2013 Court
Jeff Kosseff writes:
A Michigan appellate court ruled last week that state discovery rules provide adequate safeguards for anonymous online speech. The opinion is a significant deviation from the rulings of other state courts, which have applied a First Amendment balancing test to determine whether to grant discovery requests for the identities of anonymous online speakers.
Read more about the opinion on Covington Inside Privacy.
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