43(B)log: “KinderStart v. Google dismissed” (Google assigned page rank of zero to plaintiff’s site).
Who can not click on the headline “Zsa Zsa Gabor’s husband sues Bill O’Reilly“?
Brendan Nyhan (author of ‘Spinsanity’): “Michael Crichton Slurs A Critic,” in which the Small Penis Rule in Libel law is discussed.
Here’s a fact pattern for the libel law final: A publishes someting per se libelous about B, however they do so using a code that is only understand by A’s group, all of whom hate B and among whom B has no reputation to damage. The public at large can’t read the message when exposed…
Discourse.net discusses the possibility of libel in fictionalized accounts.
News.com: ‘GM Slow To React To Nasty Ads.’
He calls a fellow (female) Selectman a name at a meeting which, if they both knew what it meant, would be, at a minimum, very insulting (it’s a term for the outline of something that’s located close to something that rhymes with Mulva), however, she doesn’t know what it means, and he claims that he…
Atrios is the pseudonym for a blogger who writes for the popular Eschaton blog. Three times today he posted critical comments of Arlen Specter and ended all of them by providing Specter’s contact info and the exhortation that his readers call Specter and ask him provocative questions.
If many people called Specter and ask him…
A TV Ad linking Congressman DeLay was pulled after threat of legal action by the Congressman, alleging that the ad contained falsehoods. Via Chron.com.