Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Google Search Stats, Community Standards and Obscenity

ABA Journal Top Stories:

A lawyer for a pornographic website operator plans to use statistics from Google to establish community standards in Florida. Lawyer Lawrence Walters plans to introduce evidence that Pensacola residents are more likely to search Google for terms like “orgy” than for “apple pie” or “watermelon,” the New York Times reports.

Also see: How to Define ‘Obscenity’? Lawyer Looks to Google for Help -WSJ.com: Law Blog

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