Time Slows Down writes: "Normally a divorce case playing out in Vermont Family Court, would be of little interest to anyone but the couple involved but the court has ordered the husband to stop posting blog items about his wife and their crumbled marriage turning an ordinary divorce into a much broader battle over free speech on the Internet. The husband posted what he calls a fictionalized account of the marriage on his blog late last year. His wife complained to the judge overseeing their divorce, who ordered the husband to take down "any and all Internet postings" about his wife and their marriage pending a hearing next month. Her husband says the order amounts to prior restraint, a rare restriction of speech before publication, and a violation of his constitutional right to free speech. "It's a whole new area for the law to contend with," says one First Amendment scholar. "It's a byproduct of the digital world meeting the ancient world of romance, and the law is struggling a lot to find the right balance.""