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Is anyone here a lawyer?

is there something against publishing private emails without the authors consent?

That DC sports writer is making us look like a bunch of noneducated, fairy hating, redneck hillbillies.

Rule #2 - don't mess with texags

amirite?
I ain't passed the bar, but I know a lil bit! Enough where you can't illegally post my ****!
Someone hack the Washington post, alter the emails on the mail sever and his computer to make them less inflammatory, then accuse him of libel. BOOM, redemption.
You should claim IP infringement.





But seriously, no, he's well within his rights.
I myself have never really liked the tooth fairy, so I dunno.....
No. There's no special relationship between us and him that would impose a duty on him to keep the emails private. If you don't want them posted, don't send them.
Odds are, an attorney would never post "legal advice" on an open forum. Aggie or not, too much of a liability.
I stayed at a Holiday Inn last night
^THAT is hilarious! my son and I thank you- we just shared a great little crack-up!
The writer is an *******. He's just trying to push it as far as he can cuz that's what *****bag liberal writers do.
No.

...but I play one on the Internet.
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No. There's no special relationship between us and him that would impose a duty on him to keep the emails private. If you don't want them posted, don't send them.


This is one of your meanest posts in the last 24 hours!
Need a lawyer


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Say broheim...call Jeff
On the slim chance you're serious: in Texas, once you send a letter or email, it is out of your control. The recipient can forward it, publish it, whatever.

I am not a lawyer, nor do I play one on the Internet. Didn't even sleep at a Holiday Inn last night.

I'm a little aware of this, because I was somewhat of a jerk along these lines once. I complained to the editor of a local paper about certain sports coverage. He responded with a smart-@$$ snippy email. I forwarded it to about 300 of my closest friends.

He was not happy about it.
It's Holiday Inn Express.
If you don't want it published, don't mail it.

When letters are sent to someone like that you don't have a reasonable expectation of any privacy.

Those rules you learned in Kindergarten apply for a long time, if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say it.
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I ain't passed the bar, but I know a lil bit! Enough where you can't illegally post my ****!



^^^
I'm no lawer, but I pretty much know everything
No, but I played in the bed room once! I was also judge and jury!
What's going on?
Yes please explain?
Yes please explain?
It depends
Some reporter in dc wrote an article about the trademarking of "twelfth man" with regard to the local mls team.

A bunch of aggies got sand in their vaginas and wrote him emails. many of them resort to name calling instead of forming an argument. Some were well written though. he published them.
Thanks!
Well played, ConfidentAg.
calling names < seeking legal council on the sand in vag meter.

The guy is a putz, everything has transpired on an internet blog for the washington post. The writer proved himself to be quite ignorant and his irrelevant little blog saw 10 times its normal traffic for two days.

He had his 15 minutes, now no one cares.

I love that the one actual lawyer on this thread just posted a picture of Jay Z laughing.
+1 for HOVA play
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