Saturday, May 07, 2011

Private Investigator News: Plaintiff Permitted to Serve Discovery on Google and Blogspot to Determine Identity of Anonymous Blogger

"A plaintiff suing a John Doe defendant known only as 'Tazmanian353' was granted leave to serve discovery on Google and to determine, among other things, registration information, assignment, billing and payment information, source IP addresses and log files for the user known as Tazmanian353. Fodor v. Doe, No. 3:10-CV-0798-RCJ, 2011 WL 1629572 (D. Nev. Apr. 27, 2011). The District Court for the District of Nevada granted plaintiff's request for third party discovery after finding that the plaintiff had established a prima facie case of defamation per se and had sufficiently shown that the balance of the equities weighed in his favor."

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