[Foundation-l] Interesting legal action

Wjhonson wjhonson at aol.com
Sat May 21 02:19:34 UTC 2011

 It is not up to us to decide that something is "private".  If it's been published, then it is public.
If it's been published in a reliable source, than it's useable in our project.

We routinely suppress disclosure of private information. When do the
details of an affair become public? And how? Decisions by media editors
is the short answer, but what criteria do they use?

If the subjects are mere celebrities, as opposed to persons with
political responsibilities, does intense public interest transmogrify
private affairs to public?






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