This is a huge breakthrough for association ed's and board members who fear the legal implications of having a blog associated with the organization. It appears
Bloggers and website owners cannot be sued for posting libelous or
defamatory comments written by third parties, the California Supreme
Court has ruled. The court said only the original authors of comments
published online can be sued.
*This was originally discovered by high context consulting
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