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In a decision expected to have a huge impact on hundreds of harassment cases, New York’s highest court struck down a law that made it a felony to communicate with someone “in a manner likely to cause annoyance or alarm.” So reports The New York Times.

The case was brought by the son of a scholar who used pseudonyms on the internet to accuse his father’s rivals of plagiarizing his father’s work.

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