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When Sandals Resorts International discovered an anonymous Gmail user criticizing the company via email, it asked the courts to release the person’s private information so it could build a case of libel against the emailer. This case pushed to the forefront the issue of how online communications and First Amendment rights co-exist in the ever-changing Internet age. According to a New York court’s decision, email users should continue to enjoy their First Amendment rights without fear of being “outed” by the courts so long as they express opinions in communications.
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Can a husband get alimony from a wife in a divorce? If yes, is there any man who collected?
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