Cameron Parish writes " In a victory for free speech on the Internet, a Seattle federal court yesterday upheld the right of an Internet user to post heated opinions about credit-reporting agencies on his website, as well as personal (but publicly available) information about the "scumbags" who have antagonized him. Judge William Dwyer called the Internet an "arena of free speech " So does this mean we can post spammers phone numbers yet?
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