Social media liberty roundup


  • “Washington law bans repeated online posts intended to ‘embarrass’ anyone”

    From the television show HeeHaw: “…you’ll never hear one of us repeating gossip!

    So you’d better be sure and listen close the first time.”

  • How does a Canadian court propose to enforce its order outside of Canada?

    • Google has a presence in Canada, and if they don’t comply then presumably they could be found in contempt. The Canadian courts couldn’t come after Google’s US assets, but they could come after any of their Canadian assets.