On Wednesday, Paul Levy posted about some of the consumer law implications of the Wikileaks controversy, a case in which a California federal judge issued an order shutting down a website for leaked documents exposing corporate and governmental misconduct. Paul was in San Francisco today to argue the case on behalf of Public Citizen and the California First Amendment Coalition. I spoke with Paul by phone and he was very pleased to report that after listening to several hours of argument, the judge has reversed himself and decided to lift the injunction. Needless to say, this is a big victory for Internet free speech. You can read the documents related to the case here. And here's a detailed report on today's argument at CNET news.