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Judge rules bloggers can qualify for shield law protections Illinois judge dismisses case challenging bloggers’ right to protect anonymous tipsters The Illinois-based firm JohnsByrne sued TechnoBuffalo when it refused to reveal the identity of the anonymous tipster who gave TechnoBuffalo the specs of Motorola’s Droid Bionic. JohnsByrne wanted the tipsters identity in order to pursue […]
I also reblog articles (but always with attribution) without asking for permission but made it clear that I will meekly return or delete the copied article if any author would ever ask me to. Just yesterday, I saw one of my post title almost copied by an A-list blog and I thought of copyright violations […]
If you are a dedicated diarist, it’s very advisable that you blog it. Why? Your diary would be more secure. A hardcopy diary is more exposed e.g., to fire, snoopers, hence unsafer. So making a copy of your entries in a private blog would solve that. If you want to be safer still, you can […]
The blogosphere is actually governed by narrow rules, says Jeremy Beer, and yet that makes it rare for “anyone to write anything ‘original’ at all.” As an example, I included an on-line case between a blogger at the National Review Online named Ed Whelan and a (formerly) pseudonymous blogger at Obsidian Wings named John Blevins: […]
Can someone please tell me what do they read in the other post ’258′. I never posted this piece and it won’t even appear in my own blog when I do a search. Weird.
My WordPress dashboard says my post ‘Obama is Antichrist!?’ was the busiest. Yet my stats say that no one viewed me two days straight!!– zero.