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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Have you heard? You could be put in jail for Blogging....

I just came across this story about a young man who served jail time over information he posted as an "Internet Journalist." This brings up a lot of questions about online writing for me, as well as new information! Thought you may want to check it out... for your own safety!


Blogger Adrienne said...

Wow. That article is thought provoking and is a prime example of the fine line between free speech displayed through journalism and a legal infrigement issue.


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