Copyright And Libel In the Twitterverse – A Question for Copyright Legal Pros

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In the wake of the Courtney Love libel case, I’m hoping I can entice a copyright lawyer or two to make comment on the issues of copyright and libel on the online platform. Please feel free to add substance/agree/disagree to my assertion that the guidelines we’re expected to follow for social media and the internet, whether a legal professional, journalist, or blogger, are based on common sense, integrity and responsibility.

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