Free Speech

The Washington Post on the conflict of weblogging and corporate working:

“The Internet creates a veil of separation between you and other people,” said Gregory Alan Rutchik, managing partner at the Arts and Technology Group, a San Francisco firm specializing in copyright and publishing law. “Don’t be misled by the fact that you’re sitting in a room, behind a locked door, at your computer. There’s ways to find out who you are.”

Full article: Free Speech — Virtually (TechNews.com)