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"...provocative political commentary...complex federal case... blistering material."
Pamela Mendels, New York Times

"... a controversial Web site that includes such features as "Heckle" which lets visitors send anonymous (and expletive-filled) e-mail to politicians and other public figures."
Thomas E. Weber, The Wall Street Journal

"On Wednesday, a three-judge federal panel handed down a divided ruling to ApolloMedia. The court found that the right to communicate indecent material with intent to annoy over the Internet is constitutionally protected. "
Reuters

"Ironically, Fein noted that the ruling protects Ken Starr, the independent prosecutor whose sexually explicit allegations of U.S. President Clinton's misconduct with a White House intern have been posted on the Internet. "
CNN

"On Wednesday, a three-judge federal panel handed down a divided ruling to ApolloMedia. The court found that the right to communicate indecent material with intent to annoy over the Internet is constitutionally protected. "
Heidi Kriz Wired News

"A quick glance at the main home page of annoy.com shows that the the company is reveling in its victory, with an assortment of terms and photographs that would likely annoy most people, and might possibly induce sudden-death embolisms in others. "
Robert MacMillan, Newsbytes News Network

"The site is aflame with stinging attacks on conservative political targets, and flashing four-letter words. "
Fox News

"Dirty Dancing: A federal court panel agreed with the Clinton administration that a law banning email sent with an "intent ot annoy" applies only to obscenity and not to "indecent" material. The ruling pleased Clinton Fein, Web site developer. "
The Hollywood Reporter

"Attorney General Janet Reno said she didn't intend to use the law against the type of material sent on sites like ``annoy.com.'' But Fein said the Justice Department refused to make a written promise, which in any event wouldn't have been binding on future administrations. He said the ruling fills that gap."
San Jose Mercury News

"If flaming is the favorite sport of the online world, annoy.com is a high-octane flame-thrower on a mission.offering an online service that delivers scathing, anonymous postcards to public figures, and dishes up corrosive commentary and graphics hammering every hot-button issue from abortion to Zionism."
Steve Silberman, Wired News

"Watch out Newt, Bill and all the other politicos ripe for a verbal tomato in the kisser. The folks at a new Web site are practicing their pitches. And they're going to court to protect their rights to ready, aim and hit the send button."
Pamela Mendels, The New York Times

"The more umbrageous among us may not click past Annoy's home page, primed as it is for publicity with repeat-looped images of a wide range of uncovered private parts and brazen racial epithets. That would be a shame. The site is worthy of exploration for its irreverent use of interactivity, and there are also other kinds of provocative material here -- in particular, cogent essays on media and social issues that are as edgy as anything on the Internet. "
Web Citations, The Atlantic Monthly

"Don't Get Mad, Get Even"
Real World Multimedia - a division of Peter Gabriel's Radio Real World, United Kingdom

"...eerily reminiscent of A Clockwork Orange -- images of political leaders alternate with pornographic shots of body parts, racial slurs, American flags, flowers, and profanity. The visual barrage (probably) wont send you into seizures like all those cartoon-loving Japanese kids, but it might irritate you enough to make you stick around and count how many clicks it takes to be offended. "
Stephanie Saulmon, New York Magazine "One of the site's features was a series of e-mail messages that could be sent to government and other public officials...But the ruling did create a potential set of legal conflicts with the 1997 Supreme Court CDA decision. "
John Borland, Tech Web, CMP Media

"Dang-it.com: Annoy.com, a Web site design to irk backers of the Communications Decency Act, lost a First Amendment court challenge last week, thanks to a part of that act which was not struck down as unconstitutional. The court ruled that Annoy.com was protected under the First Amendment for "indecent" speech, but not for anything deemed "obscene" under California law. "
The Filter: Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School

"The publishers of the scorching commentary site Annoy.com say they can keep raising eyebrows without fear of prosecution under a federal court ruling today. "
Courtney Macavinta CNET

"Harmful to Minors:"It is our constitutional right to annoy politicians and public figures that we ourselves are annoyed by." -Clinton Fein, publisher of Annoy.com, a Web site that makes its name by mailing electronic postcards with slogans such as, "Pornography is good for you." "
Computer Currents

"r Annoy.com obscent eller oanstndigt?...Det r Clinton som stmt Clinton, nrmare bestmt Annoy.coms gare Clinton Fein som stmt regeringen. "
Anders Lotsson, Computer Sweden \ Nyheter

"..unapologetic and hard-hitting, in-your-face approach to political and social issues. "
Cyber-Rights & Cyber-Liberties, United Kingdom

"'The Internet is too crucial for our future to be governed by criminal legislation that is numbingly confusing to the average person. I am relieved that the government cannot prosecute annoy.com for the content we've published to date, and for which the Justice Department had reserved the right to do following a ruling. Right now, Kenn Starr should kiss my ass.' - Clinton D. Fein, president of ApolloMedia Corporation, publishers of Annoy.com "
The Filter: Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School

"The case of the naval sailor facing dismissal after private information about him was allegedly leaked to Navy investigators by America Online took another bizarre twist Tuesday as prankster Web site Annoy.com launched an E-mail protest against the Navy -- one that dragged AOL's chief executive into the spotlight."
Maria Seminerio, ZD NET News

"In response to the Navy's now-delayed discharge of Senior Chief Petty Officer Timothy R. McVeigh for being gay, ApolloMedia's Annoy.com has launched what it's calling a "'Who's That Queer' Competition" by posting a photograph of a gay active serviceman and daring the military to identify him. The serviceman's face and name tag are obscured in the playfully erotic photograph, taken in a shower."
Steve Silberman, Wired News

"Net problem child Annoy.com...These Annoy.com people are just too sophisticated for their own good. "
Skinny du Baud, CNET

"The latest Goliath of Wall Street...has been pricked by one of the Net's scrappiest Davids: ApolloMedia's annoy.com, which ran a parody of CNET's ZD-bashing "Bigger" ad...substituting tumescent turpitude for wink-wink innuendo. "
Steve Silberman, Wired News

"People who can't handle all the implications of free speech are perfectly free to dislike what they find on the Internet at annoy.com. They are also free to spend their time looking elsewhere. So what if annoy.com posted a picture of a penis -- half the world has one and the other half occasionally wants one. "
John B. Proffitt, Wired News Feedback

"I'd never heard of annoy.com, .. It's really nothing but one big, moronic attempt at shock value. "
Joe Hachem,Wired News Feedback

"An interesting example of lawsuit as ad campaign. "
Northwestern University, The annoy.com lawsuit.

"I don't agree with everything they say, but Janet Reno should leave them alone. "
Rush Limbaugh (paraphrase)

". An article that ran in CNET's News.com last Friday about the Solid Oak emailbomb is now being blocked. A visit to the story using Cybersitter turned up the labels "NETPORN," "gay rights," "annoy.com," "adult" and "now.org" - but no story. "
Janelle Brown, Wired News

"... the medium's best and brightest "
The Official Webby Award site, nominating annoy.com as Best Politics/Law site on the Net (Note: Web Magazine, who created the awards, folded their publication!)

"... contending sites and the brilliant minds behind them. "
ABC News following annoy.com's nomination of a Webby Award. (Note: ABC News was nominated, we might add!)

"Annoy.com fulgt hele markedsfringen af et ubehageligt barnemord og set en god del videre end folk og f-journalister normalt gr. Det er ikke rart. Det er irriterende. Men man kan risikere at blive klogere af et par kroners opkoblingstid. "
Steven Snedker,Alt om DATA, Denmark

"Cite Spite Site Fight Right."
AM News Abuse

"ApolloMedia...and the federal government continue to wait for a federal court to determine the constitutionality of a law prohibiting the sending of "indecent" messages on a computer intended to "annoy" another person...both the company and the government have recently filed pleadings before a panel of three federal judges in the case -- ApolloMedia v. Reno. "
David Hudson, Free: The Freedom Forum Online

"Would-be censors "don't want us to tell you about things like rape and violence, and don't seem to care that many of you are raped and that many of you are victims of violence," says Clinton Fein of the annoy.com site, which challenged the Communications Decency Act."
Andy Oram, American Reporter

"There is also a lot of other info regarding free speech. The Supreme Court's Ruling on the CDA. Furthermore, annoy.com is attacking a provision in the CDA that's still alive "
Cyberspace Laws

"Web Site of the Week: Apollo Media's annoy.com at http://www.annoy.com. "
The Daily Pennsylvanian

" Reno vs. ACLU: The Players...Apollo Media/Annoy.com ... find out there (sic) positions on the CDA, and why they believe in it so much. "
Family PC

"ApolloMedia produces annoy.com, a website that aims to spark political action through shock tactics, angry venting, and antagonistic digital postcards. "
Feed Magazine

"ANNOY.COM, a controversial, topical and provocative Web site "
The Freedom Forum First Amendment Center

"Naar aanleiding van de rel die afgelopen week ontstond omdat de Amerikaanse provider America Online de marine op de hoogte zou hebben gesteld van de homofiele geaardheid van een van zijn klanten, heeft Annoy.com een satirische site in het leven geroepen onder het motto "Whos That Queer" (Wie is die nicht?) "
Gay Life's News Center/Dagelijks Nieuws, Netherlands

"Is there a constitutional right to annoy? See annoy.com, which provides its readers an easy way to send anonymous heckling e-mail to groups whose opinions it opposes."
Defamation, Harassment, and the Editorial Function, Florida State University

"Clinton Fein shook cyberspace by launching his annoy.com Web site...Unlike other snotty purveyors of irritation such as Suck or Spy, though, Fein's expletive-laced rantings have an oddly earnest ideological passion behind them. "
Michelle Goldberg,Metropolitan Magazine

"Another suit challenges a separate provision of the CDA that criminalizes the transmission of annoying e-mail. It was filed January 30 in federal court in San Francisco. Michael Traynor, of San Francisco's Cooley Godward L.L.P., represents ApolloMedia Corp., which maintains a Web site, "annoy.com" where people send anonymous e-mail messages. "
Wendy R. Leibowitz,The National Law Journal

"As you might expect, someone decided to challenge the Act. A California Company that developed the site annoy.com sent to our Attorney General, Janet Reno, an email containing an obscene gesture."
The Florida Bar Computer Law Committee

"A Web site dedicated to making life difficult for backers of the Communications Decency Act got a split decision in federal court. A federal panel agreed with the Annoy.com contention that indecent material is constitutionally protected...And continuing a history of political tone deafness among the Web-savvy, Annoy.com founder Clinton Fein greeted the ruling with a bizarrely irrelevant attack on Ken Starr, who had nothing to do with the case. "
Reason Express, Reason Magazine

"Annoy.com is pondering an appeal to the Supreme Court in an attempt to have the whole statute thrown out. Incidentally, this is the first serious and important press release we've seen with the phrase "Right now, Kenn Starr should kiss my ass." "
Netsurfer Digest

"First Amendment Center legal consultant Doug Lee: "If the government tries to enforce this as a law that prohibits speech that is both indecent and annoying, its clear the law is unconstitutional.""
First Amendment Center

"Illegal and harmful content...The "annoy.com" Web site allows visitors to send electronic mail anonymously to various public officials and public figures. "
Kids-O-Rama

"Federal judge to hear the complaints of annoy.com "
Techdirt: Up to Date

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Special Web Edition, The Iranian Times

"Meanwhile, the court battle over decency is being carried on by Clinton D. Fein, president of ApolloMedia Corp, who has taken issue with Janet Reno on the inclusion of an annoyance clause in the CDA. General telecommunications law worldwide makes it illegal to annoy people by using a telephone. "
Pratik Kanjilal, The Indian Express

"While the staff of ApolloMedia certainly opposes any communication that abuses, threatens, or harasses others, they pose the question: Is it really so criminal to annoy? "
Dheeraj Vasishta, i World's Net Day News, Site of the Day

"When it comes to free speech on the Net, a lot of Web sites talk a good game, but these guys are the real thing."
Lycos, Top 5% Review

"...the new in-your-face political Web site..."
Rebecca Vesely, Wired News

"Apollomedia has created a web site designed to annoy as many people as possible. annoy.com looks at topics such as abortion, racism, censorship, gun control, sex, drugs and just about anything which might offend."
Simon Rumble, Online World, Australia

"...for scathing commentary on media coverage "
The Los Angeles Times

"Annoy.com's opinion pieces are often laced with obscenity and posted with the intent to make people cringe or turn red-faced with anger...There is no doubt some think the site lives up to its name."
Courtney Macavinta, c/net

"Watch what you say on-line to your most hated enemy - it could get you thrown in jail courtesy of a little-noticed provision of the new Communications Decency Act."
San Francisco Examiner

"Annoy.com is nothing if not indecent - and annoying. Just look at the name...a provocative site that offers users the chance to anonymously email lewd postcards goading politicians about policy issues ranging from abortion to gun control, has stood alone in challenging the 47 USC 223 (a)(1)(A). "
Ashley Cradock, Wired News

"Annoy.com is making good on its name by taking up McVeigh's cause in an online protest against AOL. But is someone annoying annoy.com? "
Jonathan Gregg, Netly News

"An AOL spokeswoman said the company had no plans to take any legal action against the prank. "
Maria Seminerio, ZD Net News

"Well, faster than you can press the send button, Annoy.com stepped in to the breach to scrape up the CDAs remnants and bury em in an unmarked grave. "
The Mining Company

"...a hilarious, bile drenched cache of intellectual weapons you can aim at everyone from Jesse Helms to the ACLU. A basic suite of Internet tools has been juiced up with plenty of fingernails-on-the-cultural-chalkboard content: swastikas, porn, racial epithets, and good ol' dirty words. ."
Wired Magazine

"Adopting a long line of court rulings, Annoy.com is arguing that any law targeting indecent speech violates First Amendment guarantees. Government attorneys in turn argue that the surviving portions of the CDA merely bring laws barring harassment into the digital age. "
Dan Goodin, c/net

"Annoy.com Takes On Federal 'Decency' Act...hosting controversial opinion columns and articles on a variety of controversial issues, such as abortion, gun control and physician-assisted suicide. It will also let users send anonymous postcards to politicians."
Media Central's, Media Daily

"One of the reasons behind the sites creation and accompanying lawsuit was the creator's frustration that all of the press surrounding the CDA focused on its attempts to protect minors, without addressing the impact on adult speech."
Computer Underground Digest, #9.09

"In an era when spin takes the upper hand, Fein is an unusually candid content provider, acknowledging that the site generates a lot of hostile email. "
Steve Silberman Wired News

"The irascible folks at annoy.com joined the chorus. The CDA overrides parents' wishes, they say: 'Some parents affirmatively wish their children to have access to... information about avoiding sexually transmitted diseases.'"
Declan McCullagh, Pathfinder's Netly News

"Greeting visitors with a rapid-fire barrage of words and images--profanity and politicians, ethnic slurs and national symbols, moral concepts and naked body parts--and a bald statement of its intention "to annoy, to disturb, or bother," Annoy.com is a piece of political performance art in the guise of a punk assault. "
Sandra Stewart, The Net

"Annoy.com...Az Orszgh-sztr szerint az "annoy" sz jelentse "bosszant, bnt, idegest, bosszsgot okoz, rt vkinek." Az egybknt igen ltvnyos s interaktv oldalak nyilvnval clpontja a tavaly nagy vitk utn elfogadott amerikai Communication Decency Act. "
HVG Online's Webvilag, Hungary

"Calling itself a meeting place for the uninhibited, this site uses a quick-paced animation wall to get the effect it's after -- annoying the visitor. "
Web Review's Boss Animation of the Day

"We bet Reno, and the rest of the crew at the Justice Department was annoyed by the suit."
Donna Yanish, Senior Online Editor, San Jose Mercury News

"It's not often a Web site gets its day in court. But Monday, a three-judge panel heard a challenge to the Communications Decency Act (CDA) issued by Internet publisher Annoy.com."
Media Central's Media Daily

"The "annoy.com" Web site allows visitors to send electronic mail anonymously to various public officials and public figures."
Reuters

"Fein, who created Annoy.com, a provocative site that offers users the chance to anonymously email lewd postcards goading politicians about policy issues ranging from abortion to gun control, has stood alone in challenging the 47 USC 223 (a)(1)(A)"
Ashley Craddock, Wired News

"Annoy.com revels in vulgarity, including scatological references, pictures of genitals, and George Carlin's "seven dirty words." Which would seem to put it somewhere in the vicinity of that mysterious territory known as indecency. "
Jacob Sullum, Reason Magazine

"Be warned: This is not a site for the faint of heart. "
NetGuide Live

"Who would've thought it? A site designed to annoy people!?! Well think it 'cause Annoy.com aims to do just that and it does it with style. Not only is the design appropriate but its easy to use and relatively quick. But it does annoy with great features such as e-mail postcards and discussion areas. Get annoyed, get Annoy.com!"
j-dom Select Site, UK

"fridgie! Apollomedia, de breinen achter annoy.com, maken duidelijk dat ze bereid zijn all the way te gaan, de site blijft koste wat het kost in de lucht. Het recht om te schokken moet bewaard blijven! Scherpe opinie's over wapenrechten en bv. abortie worden gepost en de bezoeker kan reageren."
Serious Coolinx, The Netherlands

"the goal of annoy.com, which features vitriolic critiques of government policies, offensive images and a form that helps visitors send customized rants to selected public officials. "
Joe Salkowski, StarNet's Dispatches

"Annoy.com Web site Warning: This site contains images and words that are intended to offend some adults and that most readers would consider inappropriate for children. "
The New York Times

"Annoyingly Good! The site is bitter and witty, using offensive language not to offend but to preserve the right to offend. Let's hope Jesse, Tipper, and Bill's computers blow a circuit. "
Diana Bass, The Daily Pennsylvanian, Site of the Week

"...promotes both free speech and flaming by being one of the most noxious home pages conceived. "
Richard Cairney, On the Web, See Magazine, Canada

"...one of the more amusing sites speaking out against The Communications Decency Act. Warning: Bring your sense of humor. "
Lea, Webtasia, Monster Board

"There really is not anything I can say about this page that the title doesn't already communicate. It is offending, degrading and obnoxious. As Joe Bob Briggs would say, "CHECK IT OUT". I always love how the truth gets people more upset than most any untruth."
Mountain O' Angst, Pick of the Week

"...annoy.com sued the U.S. Justice Department on Jan. 30, 1997, challenging an as-yet-untested component of the 1996 Communications Decency Act."
Hot Documents, Court TV

"Interesantna je i mogunost da nekome poaljete anonimni mail...ukoliko verujete na re vlasnicima ovog sitea. "
Dobrodosli na SezamPro Online, Yugoslavia

"The US Supreme Court decision legitimizing free speech online was not quite a death blow to the Communications Decency Act (CDA). The Supreme Court struck down just one provision of that legislation prohibiting "communication which is... indecent, with intent to annoy...." The backers of, appropriately, Annoy.com are going after this part of the Act, arguing that Americans have a constitutional right to send "indecent" messages to "annoy" others. Oddly, they have a good case - precedent says expressions of opinion can't be regulated based solely on content. "
Netsurfer Digest

"The ransom-letter layout and labelmaker fonts on annoy.com are like a call to battle stations, but many of the texts - including the polymorphously perturbing "annoy libs," with a menu of targets including Senator Jesse Helms - are as witty as they are angry. "
Steve Silberman, Hotwired's Netizen

"annoy.com -- a political fire-starter"
Courtney Macavinta, c|net

"Clinton Fein, president of ApolloMedia, says that "in the wake of the issues raised in the Paula Jones sexual harassment suit and the emergence of the Internet as an increasingly fundamental business tool, it is imperative that we weigh speech issues in the workplace with careful consideration and reasoned analysis." Fein told free! that "the Aguilar decision, if allowed to stand, will continue to establish a huge chilling effect on speech."
David Hudson, Free: The First Amendment Center

"It promises...and it delivers"
Compass Points, On the Road in Cyberspace

"annoy.com this week launched both a website and a lawsuit. The site covers controversial political issues, and aims to annoy, the lawsuit challenges a provision in the CDA banning "annoying" speech. "
Lisa Kamm, American Civil Liberties Union

"Firmaet ApolloMedia str bag den kontroversielle hjemmeside annoy.com, hvis eneste forml er at sprede ukvemsord og rakke ned p konservative, amerikanske politikere. I flge sidens skaber, Clinton Fein, har iden bag annoy.com vret at tvinge den amerikanske regering til at komme med prcise definitioner af begreber, som blev forsgt brugt i CDA og nu genbruges i COPA, og som er s vage, at ingen ved, hvad de betyder. "
Privat Computer, Denmark

"...if simply being annoying were a crime, Pat Robertson would be serving a triple life sentence. At least annoy.com is an equal-opportunity irritant, offering a range of profane and vulgar postcards with something to offend everyone. "
Jonathan Gregg, Time

"The publishers of annoy.com...have chosen a form of protest that should be illegal...Their web site provides a huge collection of offensive words and images. That, as far as I'm concerned, falls squarely within the limits of free expression. Then, however, they step over a significant line by offering a service by which you can have a vulgar and offensive message sent to any e-mail address. "
Online with George Cottay

"With the Supreme Court now deliberating over the Communications Decency Act, there is new awareness of censorship on the net. One group is trying to test the limits of the federal net indecency laws by running a web site called annoy.com. "
Stewart Cheifet, Cyber Traffic Report

"It's still in the courts, but the battle for regulation on the Internet is still raging. The government wants to be able to tap the net, when necessary; free speechers are saying web talk is first amendment talk and must be protected. "
Introduction to interview with annoy.com Publisher, Clinton Fein on PC TV's Internet Cafe

"Annoy.com: il luogo di incontro dei disinibiti"
Piemonte.net News, Italy

"He is taking risks, however. With every e-mail sent through annoy.com that someone considers 'indecent' and 'annoying' Fein is committing a felony, punishable by two years in prison and six-figure fines. (The precise penalties are still uncertain.)"
Phyllis Orrick and Susan Rasky, License to Annoy, Weekly World Web & SF Weekly

"...http://www.annoy.com: Tuesday, February 4 - Midterm #1 Due in Class."
University of Oregon, School of Journalism and Communication

"Ouverture d'un nouveau site qui va sans doute faire parler de lui : annoy.com ...Sorte "d'EFF extrmiste", annoy.com a pour ambition de "ravir, dgoter, amuser, provoquer et, bien sr, d'ennuyer tout le monde". Vaste programme. "
CyberSphere, le webzine de la cyberculture, France

"consider annoy.com, which helps people publish their negative opinions of public figures. "
Contemporary Problems in Freedom of Speech, Northwestern University Communications Studies curriculum

"Last time we checked, efforts of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the Electronic Frontier Foundation and other civil-rights organizations against the CDA had piqued the interest of the Supreme Court, which will be picking it over with a fine-toothed comb in April or May. "
Tish Williams, Upside

"We fear she rather misses the point...A bit nit-picky, we think. Or maybe just sour grapes...It's a dirty job Tish, but someone's got to do it."
Phyllis Orrick and Susan Rasky, on Upside's annoy.com criticisms, SF Weekly

"It's still in the courts, but the battle for regulation on the Internet is still raging. The government wants to be able to tap the net, when necessary; free speechers are saying web talk is first amendment talk and must be protected. "
Introduction to interview with annoy.com Publisher, Clinton Fein on PC TV's Internet Cafe

"Look at this website: www.annoy.com "
Radio For Peace International

"The Players...find out there positions on the CDA, and why they believe in it so much."
FamilyPC Special: The Communications Decency Act at the Supreme Court

"These cards are not for the faint of heart.

Besides space on the cards for personalized messages, many also carry profanities and nudity mingled with political themes and carry messages that attack conservative and liberal philosophies and personalities alike. "
The San Francisco Chronicle

"Look at this website: www.annoy.com "
Radio For Peace International

"...one of the more amusing sites speaking out against The Communications Decency Act. Warning: Bring your sense of humor. "
Lea, Webtasia, Monster Board

"There really is not anything I can say about this page that the title doesn't already communicate. It is offending, degrading and obnoxious. As Joe Bob Briggs would say, "CHECK IT OUT". I always love how the truth gets people more upset than most any untruth."
Mountain O' Angst, Pick of the Week

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"The publisher of a Web site called "annoy.com" sued Janet Reno, challenging the provisions of the Communications Decency Act that criminalize sending messages intended to "annoy" recipients."
Counsel Connect, the Online Service for Attorneys

"Politisk ukorrekt hjemmeside... Det er dog ikke alle amerikanere, der er bange for at udtrykke sig politisk ukorrekt. P annoy.com har man anstrengt sig for at virke anstdelig p s mange som muligt."
Politiken, Denmark

"Is there a constitutional right to annoy? See annoy.com, which provides its readers an easy way to send anonymous heckling e-mail to groups whose opinions it opposes."
Florida State University College of Law, Cyberspace and the Law of the Internet

 
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