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The owners of Cleveland's Barley House bar are suing two popular YouTube posters, Alissa Violet and FaZe Banks, who alleged that bar employees assaulted them.

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Can plaintiffs who claim they are defamed by a blog get a temporary restraining order -- and a preliminary injunction -- binding the blog's hosting company?

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The book, "Silent Invasion," "examines the Chinese Communist Party's activities in Australia."

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A bitter dispute over the potential of renewable energy to power modern society has spilled into court.

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An interesting Fifth Circuit decision involving economics professor Walter Block's statements on slavery, as quoted by the New York Times.

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Remembering the John Peter Zenger trial.

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Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Jerry Larpenter apparently called for search of a critic's home, on the theory that a computer contained evidence of criminal libel -- but Louisiana criminal libel law doesn't cover the critic's statements.

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But one thing the judge labels "sophistry" is the key theory behind many of the laws he himself enforces -- that bad behavior can be prevented to some extent by the threat of punishment.

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Nope, says the Michigan Court of Appeals -- “Although the article contained slight inaccuracies, we conclude that the sting of the article’s headline [‘Attorney suing student admits to fake award’] would not have a different effect on a reader than the literal truth.”

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