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« T.G. v. Com. –S.W.3d—(Ky. App. 2007) | Main | Intellectual Property »

May 21, 2007

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There's no doubt this case is setting some interesting trends! It was remarkable enough with the Supremes staying the proceedings but now the website. However, we should of seen the writing on the wall concerning the latter, for it was bound to happen sooner or later. An even more interesting point about the case in question is the bio-dad hyperlinking key points in the case description with damning evidence. Apparently this guy wants everyone to know he's the father.

"So what if the judge reads the lawprof's blog?" at http://indianalawblog.com/archives/2006/07/courts_so_what.html

"Forget judges, what if jurors had blogs?" at http://stubbornfacts.us/domestic_policy/jurisprudence/forget_judges_what_if_jurors_had_blogs

"The "new media" panel at the 7th Circuit conference" at http://althouse.blogspot.com/2007/05/new-media-panel-at-7th-circuit.html

In terms of a judge stumbling across it -- How is this different from a letter to an editor, or a long interview in a news magazine, or a human interest feature on the evening news?

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