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Remember that recent story about the 13-year-old girl who committed suicide as a result of parentally instigated MySpace drama?  Yes, that horrific one that made your brain catch fire.

Kathryn Cramer -- a science-fiction editor -- voices her opinion on Google's inaction toward the perpetrator's Blogger account.

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aekiy
Dec. 6th, 2007 06:46 pm (UTC)
They could lock down the account and still provide authorities with all information attached to the account. It does strike me as odd that Google wouldn't enforce their own terms of service.
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aekiy
Dec. 6th, 2007 07:01 pm (UTC)
It's true, and inaction does seem to be the new action. I get that from a perspective of corporate caution in sensitive matters. It just doesn't make sense to me personally.
kitten_goddess
Dec. 8th, 2007 12:14 am (UTC)
Legally, aekiy, I agree with you. The woman almost certainly committed libel, so her blog is not covered under the First Amendment. The things she accused Megan of sound entirely too bizaare to be true. She names Megan outright on her blog. I flagged it.
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