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The Courts

+ - Broadband site Whirlpool sued for forum comments.->

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Anonymous Coward writes "Simon Wright, founder and owner Australian broadband website Whirlpool is being sued by 2clix in the QLD Supreme Court for comments made on Whirlpool's online forum. The 2clix software was discussed in threads titled '2Clix or not 2Clix' and 'Anyone used 2clix', with primarily negative comments, and some discussion between 2Clix staff and other Whirlpool members."
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Broadband site Whirlpool sued for forum comments.

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