Jake Payne Watch creator(s) fight back: ‘Does Jake’s case have enough merit to trample Internet speech rights?’By Terry Boyd | Posted on May 10, 2011
“The issue will be whether Jake's case has enough merit to justify trampling on someone’s right to speak anonymously on the Internet," said attorney Ben Carter.
- By Terry Boyd | Posted on April 18, 2011
You print an article that is defamation, the target of that defamation has right to sue and have their day in court. On-line information might be different in some ways. But the meat and potatoes of the way you litigate these cases is exactly...
- By Staff | Posted on April 7, 2011
What is most enlightening about all this is to discover a creepy demi-monde of vicious political bickering, rancor and slander generated by people nominally in the same party, and with ostensibly the same world views.
- By Staff | Posted on April 5, 2011
The Jake Payne Watch, which appears to have been live since March 27, promised Sunday to unleash a series of stories about Payne, stories justified because Payne uses his site to be, well, mean to people.