Appollomedia, the publisher of a Web site called annoy.com, has filed a suit against US attorney general Janet Reno claiming that the Communications Decency Act criminalises content that is meant to annoy message recipients. This, the publisher argues means that any opinion sent to another party could be construed as a criminal offence. Annoy.com is intended, claims Appollomedia, to present topical issues in a provocative manner and to allow users to heckle public figures.
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