Court to Google:
Tell NYer who posted about her
October 20, 2010
“There’s a tension there — there’s a First Amendment right to be able to speak anonymously, but there’s no First Amendment right to violate the law,” said Bennet G. Kelley, a Santa Monica, Calif., attorney who specializes in Internet law.
“People think: ‘It’s the Internet. I can do whatever I want,'” he said, but “the law applies, online and offline.”