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Juror Blogs Complicate Trials

Interesting article from the National Law Journal: "A New Hampshire case involving a juror who posted entries about court duty on his blog has raised the issue of juror blogging, which legal experts said may soon become a regular part of voir dire and jury instructions."  [RJ]

March 7, 2007 in Blog Law | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Lots of Edits by Lots of People Improves Quality of Wikipedia Entries

In The More, the Wikier, Philip Ball reports on three groups of researchers who claim to have untangled the process by which many Wikipedia entries achieve their impressive accuracy. They say that the best articles are those that are highly edited by many different contributors. [JH]

March 6, 2007 in Wikipedia | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

As Blogging Grows, So Do Its Do's and Don'ts for Company Blogs

Interesting article from Law.com: "The blogging explosion of 2006 gave rise to still-developing rules and regulations. Two attorneys with Kelley Drye in Washington, D.C., provide a high-level overview of the key points to keep in mind as you assess whether your company-related blog is legally compliant."  [RJ]

March 5, 2007 in Blog Law | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack