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I know that there have been a number of court cases in the last year or so, centred around the liability of those running internet forums; for instance, was there not a case in which the owner of a forum was forced to find and reveal the real names of a couple of people posting on his forum?

I need to find some accounts of these and forward them onto my new boss, so I would be very grateful—yes, even to the extent of buying beers—to anyone who can help me find documents relating to these judgements.

Anyone...?

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Harry Haddock said…
DK

IIRC, one of these involved the Mansfield Town supporters forum, http://www.stagsnet.net/, and either their local piss-ant Labour MP, or the owner Haslam, I can't remember which.

If you contact Stagsnet, they should be able to fill you in on the details.

I hereby claim my pint.
Zappa88 said…
Hi DK,
try the case of
Sheffield Wednesday Football Club Ltd and others v Hargreaves [2007] EWHC 2375 (QB)

I can send you a PDF of the transcript through the LPUK forum if you wish.
Half The Story said…
http://www.babieseverywhere.com/serendipity/archives/272-Mumsnet-and-Gina-Ford-Legal-Case.html

Mumsnet and Gina Ford.
Devil's Kitchen said…
Zappa88,

Please. Alternatively, email it to me (the address is in the top of the sidebar).

c
Zappa88 said…
Already did. Twice (accidently).
Anonymous said…
http://tinyurl.com/54wlbv

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