When your defense is that the law allows you to publish garbage without fear of prosecution, one takeaway is simple: the internet is filled with garbage that needs to be well verified before you rely on it.Internet searching

This blog thinks the Ninth Circuit got it right in exonerating Yelp this week from the lawsuit by

There is a sad piece in the Wall Street Journal today about the demise of librarians and university programs in library science, In the Age of Google, Librarians Get Shelved. computer investigation.jpg

People trained to run computers do not have the training to gather facts the way librarians do. I count as a loss the presence of

Spokeo and other low-cost or free information sites on the web spew out a lot of garbage, and that can do a lot of harm.spokeo v robbins case.jpg

This blog takes no position on whether a private right of action exists under the Fair Credit Reporting Act even when no concrete harm can be demonstrated from bad information

These are still early days for the scandal engulfing world soccer, but in the indictments and other stories emerging we see three distinct features crucial for most successful investigations.

We have written about all of them, but rarely are they captured so well in one single story so famously told as the one about FIFA