NJ News Editor, Publisher Sue Over XXX Cybersquatting

Law360, New York (November 22, 2013, 8:00 PM EST) -- The editor and publisher of New Jersey's largest newspaper sued a business owner in New Jersey federal court Tuesday, accusing him of linking web domains bearing their names to pornography in retaliation for publishing negative articles about his business practices in a consumer protection column.

Richard Vezza and Kevin Whitmer, the publisher and editor of Newark, N.J.-based newspaper The Star-Ledger, sued Alfred Demola for harassment and violations of federal cybersquatting laws. They claim Demola attempted to pressure them into leaving his businesses out of a consumer...
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