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Jan. 25 press release
eToys wins game
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A press conference in Los Angeles
Dec. 24 press release
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A threat from someone at eToys
We brought down www.eToys.com!
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About SLAPP suits (open)
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About SLAPP suits

SLAPP (Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation) suits are lawsuits systematically used by corporations to silence community activists across America. eToys' lawsuit against etoy is not technically a SLAPP suit, but its "giggle quotient" is typical of SLAPP suits, which almost never win--their point being only to tie up their victims in endless legal wrangling.

A few descriptions:

A few examples: Note: This list is just a tiny sampling of the vast amount of material about SLAPP suits available on the Web. Search for yourself--and please write us with more links.

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10 February 2001
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