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Legal Jesus

And on the third day, he blawged again.

From the Montreal Gazette via HowAppealing:

Internet ruling that could ‘break the web’ among Supreme Court dockets. In its first direct look at the legal rules governing the Internet, the Supreme Court of Canada will consider this fall whether the common practice of hyperlinking can expose a writer to a lawsuit.  The nine-member bench will also consider whether you can consent to sex when you’re voluntarily choked unconscious and whether the public has the right to know about the daily comings and goings of the prime minister. The cases are among two dozen appeals on a busy autumn docket, which gets underway next week following relatively sparse winter and spring terms.”

We finally might get that perv Scalia interested in using foreign case law!


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