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Last week, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued two important Internet-related free speech rulings. The decision that received more widespread attention held that Google could display search results featuring thumbnail images of naked women without violating the copyright belonging to the owner of those images. While the advantages cannot be denied of being able to access, via Google’s search engine, tiny images of naked women described as “Perfect 10″ models, the more important of these two decisions was the one involving a Web site known as Roommates.com.
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