10 TortSource 1 (2007-2008)

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overnments sometimes defend restrictions on adveitising, solicitation a -nd co
t/ercial speech by asserting the power to protect the publics 'privacy'-.-an elastic
ier itiat means different things to different people. In Florida Star(- Bar v. We';ntfol
/                          It, 515 U., 618 (1995), for example, the Supreme Court approved the Honda State
/                        Bar efforts to protect Floridas citizens from direct mail solicitation campaigns by
personal injury and mass disaster attorneys. Do privacy interests justify restrictions
on speech that keep the public ignorant of public record facts?
It is ironic when a governmental entity proclaiming the iiportaice of privacy
rights revularlv rocase> as a mater of public record, infortnation about the issuance
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Fair Use
Are Internet Search Engines Shielded
from Copyright Infringement?
Gregory R. Naron
oogle has a popular Search tniages feature that scours Web content amd provides
hu        eild-duced size, lower resolution imagesc-of the subject searched. When a user
T,1  Alksin a tirmbrail, a larger fr-ame ope s, shoxing the thumbnail stored on Googlj's  >
sen ers aild the fll-size image from tih orignat Web site.
Perfect 10, the publisher of an adult rriagazine and sub ription Welb site, sued (3nogle
or copyright infingement, alleging that the image retrieved by Google included third-
party eb sites that posted infringirg copies, of Perfect Ks copyrighted photographs.
Google admitted that it stored reduced-size versions of thes  e copyrigh-protected images
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