“National Sexual Harassment Registry”

by Walter Olson on July 19, 2010

Daniel Schwartz doesn’t think much of this private venture.

P.S. A moving target, it seems.

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07.19.10 at 11:07 am

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1 Richard Nieporent 07.19.10 at 9:31 am

I sure hope they have a good law firm on retainer, because they are going to need one when they get sued by people who are erroneously listed as sexual harassers.

2 Aaron Worthing 07.19.10 at 3:22 pm

mmm, i don’t know the exact intent in posting this, but it seems as if this is a case where our overly litigious society would do justice.

it sounds like a pretty horrible defamation website that will be shut down with the sheer number of suits very quickly.

3 Patrick 07.19.10 at 8:15 pm

I sure hope they have a good law firm on retainer, because they are going to need one when they get sued by people who are erroneously listed as sexual harassers.

Something tells me waving the Section 230 wand wouldn’t make the lawsuits go away. What a stupendously stupid idea.

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