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HarperCollins Publishers v. Gawker Media

By Barry Werbin

The HarperCollins case settled on Nov. 30 according to the latest news reports, after the court ordered Gawker last Saturday to remove 21 pages. "'In settling the case, Gawker has agreed to keep the posted material off its website and not to post the material again in the future,' HarperCollins spokeswoman Erin Crum said in a statement."

Please see the following link for more information: http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/books/4405549/Gawker-com-settles-Sarah-Palin-book-dispute

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