At first blush,Los Angeles Police Department v. United Reporting Publishing Corp., No. 98-678, raises little in the way of media attention or public outrage. At second blush, it should.

The case, which will be argued Oct. 13 before the Supreme Court, concerns a California statute that forbids police departments from releasing the addresses of arrestees and crime victims to anyone who would use the information for commercial purposes.

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