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Friday, August 26, 2011

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This fact confirms the importance of the notice component of the “Dendrite” test for identifying anonymous speakers. A lawsuit filed yesterday, however, shows the impact that routine disclosure may have.

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it not only shut down the web site but provided Chai’s IP address and two e-mail addresses associated with the posts.

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it not only shut down the web site but provided Chai’s IP address and two e-mail addresses associated with the posts.

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It all started with a few comments on the Internet. Anthony Chai, who owns a computer store in Long Beach, Calif., wrote remarks on Manusaya.com -- a Swedish-owned website hosted by a Canadian company, Netfirms.com, incorporated in Delaware.

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