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December 18, 2006

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Yes - you're right that the papers started it. But viewing a suspect's MySpace profile or blog is uncomfortable territory that's going to happen again and again going forward as you say.

Simon raises an interesting point about which law should apply. So should it be the law afecting the case or the law affecting the country of residence of the blogger/"you"?

Surely it's pie in the sky to think an international set of laws could be created to apply to such circumstances?

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