Aug 172010
 August 17, 2010  Posted by  Court, Online

The Associated Press reports on another case where someone wants a court to order Google to provide information on an anonymous poster. In this case, the complaint involves not just comments but a YouTube posting:

A business consultant wants a New York City court to force YouTube and owner Google to disclose who posted unauthorized videos of her and online comments that hurt her reputation.

Carla Franklin says in a legal petition filed Monday that she believes a Google user or users impugned her sexual mores in comments made under pseudonyms on a Columbia Business School website. She says someone also posted unauthorized YouTube clips of her appearing in an independent movie.

Read more of Jennifer Peltz’s story in the Chicago Tribune.

[updated to provide a link to a more complete version of the AP story]

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