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Comment Clearly illegal (Score 2) 305

Read decision "Columbia Insurance Company v. Seescandy.com, et al." (1999) of the US District Court in the Northern District of California: "People are permitted to interact pseudonymously and anonymously with each other so long as those acts are not in violation of the law." http://legal.web.aol.com/aol/aolpol/seescandy.html It can't be presumed that they are going to break the law just because they are using the fictitious name and have some criminal history.

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