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02/06/2002 - Updated 05:20 PM ET
Court upholds anonymous Net posting decision
By Michael Bartlett, Newsbytes
The Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court on Wednesday upheld an earlier N.J. Superior Court ruling that a corporation cannot unmask the identity of an anonymous user of an Internet message board because it did not demonstrate that it suffered "harm" as a result of the user's posts.
The unanimous decision by the N.J. Appellate Court's three-judge panel found that N.J. Superior Court Judge Kenneth MacKenzie was correct when he ruled that Dendrite International could not discover the true name of a John Doe defendant.
Originally posted by SpittinCobra
If they want your real name they can get it. They where trying to make it easier.