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June 24, 2009


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I'm very glad to hear this news! I just started my own New York law blog recently, so this is of particular interest to me. It is a very good indication for NY bloggers, insofar the courts are taking a common sense approach to media where the primary intention is simply dissemination of information. However, I wonder if blogs, falling outside of the scope of the TCPA, might be subject to a different standard? I shall certainly have to take a look at this ruling. Great article, very informative!

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