Privacy policy clause is not justification for revealing anonymous poster’s identity, US court rules

Privacy policy clause is not justification for revealing anonymous poster’s identity, US court rules: “An anonymous web user who posted a comment under an online newspaper story cannot be un-masked, a US Court has ruled. It found that the person did not waive his rights to anonymity despite the contents of the site’s privacy policy.”

(Via OUT-LAW News.)

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