Be Careful who You SLAPP

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MoBeta Pub., 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 423 pages
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"The First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America guarantees its citizens freedom of speech. This book is an extraordinary, true-life account of two law-abiding gadflies who unwittingly became embroiled in the Mother of All SLAPP2s and refused to be silenced by corporate corruption and judicial malfeasance. Facing financial ruin, death threats and incarceration, these stalwart Americans used the power of the Internet and the words of the World Wide Web to take on the Varian SLAPP terrorists."--Cover.

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It's a good book to read if you're thinking that you are anonymous when you are on the Internet. It's pretty scary too what can happen to you if you decide to call some fat executive a liar. I'd certainly recommend it. ... Read full review

Contents

Happy Birthday
1
So Many Complaints
23
Varians Toxic Gas
53
Copyright

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