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Friday, September 04, 2009


The very public court case between Liskula Cohen and Rosemary Port seemed absurd at first, in part because it rested on the definition of the word "skank." But along the way, it set a legal precedent in New York about what constitutes defamation online. The Electronic Frontier Foundation's Matt Zimmerman explains.

Comments [1]

Mike from West Virginia

Cohen used a defamation lawsuit to get the court order to reveal Port's name, then dropped the suit once she got the name. Someone should sue her for frivolous use of the court system.

Sep. 06 2009 12:51 PM

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