Friday, June 09, 2006


When several tech-gossip websites published advance details of an Apple device two years ago, the famously secretive company responded with a lawsuit. But the websites fought back, claiming that their anonymous authors were protected by California’s shield law for journalists. Last month, the court agreed. Technology lawyer Denise Howell tells Bob what the decision means for bloggers.

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