Google Not Required to ID Anonymous Bloggers

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Google, Inc., is not required to identify anonymous bloggers who posted their opinions regarding a real estate developer on a blog hosted by Google. The company had been subpoenaed by the developer to disclose the names of the posters. The trial court quashed the subpoena.

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