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A woman used the Bloggernacle to talk about her unorthodox religious views with her girlfriends. Despite her explicit instructions to keep the matter secret from her mother, relatives of said woman let on to her mother that she was blogging in public on her unorthodox views. Mother investigated and ended up discovering her daughter’s unorthodoxy. They’re estranged and the woman is suing WordPress for damages.

Even if her jurisdiction does not make blogging a crime, the suit should be dismissed. The fact that the law does not prohibit a conduct does not mean that one has a legally compensable right to the conduct.

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Anonymous said... @ August 17, 2007 at 6:29 PM

Is that Bloggery or Buggery? And what exactly is the difference?

Snarkimus Prime said... @ August 18, 2007 at 9:48 AM

They are totally different... I mean... um... well... ok, you have a point there.

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