Maryland Court Upholds Anonymity

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From the Associated Press:

Maryland’s highest court has ruled in favor of Internet anonymity, saying Web sites involved in defamation suits don’t have to reveal the identity of readers who post comments on their site.

The ruling Friday by the Maryland Court of Appeals reversed a lower-court decision and said, an online forum run by Independent Newspapers Inc., doesn’t have to disclose the identities of participants in a 2006 online exchange about the cleanliness of a Dunkin’ Donuts shop in Centreville, Md.

Related: R. Neal takes the media behind the woodshed and gives them a whooping. He writes that blogs are dead. He brought up much of this last year as well and predicted some of the fallout ahead of time.

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