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Craigslist: Free Speech or Digital Pimp?

On March 9, 2009 By Rachel Perkins

Craigslist is once again in the news for enabling illegal activity. Above the Law, known for terrifying the legal community with the latest layoff numbers, recently reported on a “law student” who published a Craigslist ad of questionable legality with even more questionable “legal disclaimers.” Additionally, Cook [...]

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Last Tuesday, the European Union signed a pact with seventeen social networking sites in Europe, including Facebook and MySpace. The goal of the pact was to curb the abuses of “cyberbullying” and to protect the privacy of underage users.

Cyberbullying refers to the use of the Internet, cell phones, or other [...]

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