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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!

1 Comments:

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.

--Adrienne

11:05 PM  

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