A relatively recent phenomenon called blogging now gives just about anyone the ability to become a publisher with the power to circulate just about anything from random streams of consciousness to political editorials to industry-specific information, and more. Given the tremendous number of people writing blogs, it is no wonder that bloggers are starting to confront issues that routinely confront more traditional publishers, says attorney Sameul Lewis.
First Amendment Meets Trade Secrets Law for Blogger
Daily Business Review
June 13, 2005
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