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The bizarre and controversial case of a Missouri teenager who killed herself after being bullied through MySpace, allegedly by the parent of a peer, has reportedly shifted to California, where the social networking site is based. A federal grand jury in Los Angeles has issued a subpoena to MySpace, according to the Los Angeles Times . This is apparently as part of a new effort to explore possible criminal charges against the parent behind the hoax.
In this item just published here, which focus is on the legal aspect of fraudulent misrepresentaion.
The article refers to "the anymous right of freedom of speech" as in your Constitution. Your Constitutions reserves the Right of Freedom of Speech" to protect individuals so doing - but NOT anymously - The purpose of the Act is to protect people NOT hiding behind anonimity.