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CHAPTER 1. FAILING TO FORGET THE “DRUNKEN PIRATE

1. Snyder v. Millersville University et al., (mem.)(Dec. 3, 2008), http://voices.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/Decision%202008.12.03.pdf. Stacy Snyder sued her university in federal court. Once close to being settled, the case eventually progressed to the U.S. Federal District Court for Eastern Pennsylvania. In December 2008, Stacy Snyder lost her case when the court held that the photo and caption she posted on MySpace was not protected by the First Amendment.

2. Isaac Arnsdorf, “Seattle Attorney Finds that the Internet Won’t Let Go of His Past”; Andrew Levy, “Teenage Office Worker Sacked for Moaning on Facebook about Her ‘Totally Boring’ Job”; Associated Press, “Naked Photos, E-mail Get ...

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