Of special interest to pervs - and to all bloggers who publish details of their personal lives. The trial of Jessica Cutler could change the way people blog.
From the article:
....Lurid testimony about spanking, handcuffs and prostitution aside, the Washingtonienne case could help establish whether people who keep online diaries are obligated to protect the privacy of the people they interact with offline.
Cutler, a former aide to Sen. Mike DeWine, R-Ohio, says she created the blog in 2004 to keep a few friends up to date on her social life. Like a digital version of the sex-themed banter from a "Sex and the City" episode, Cutler ....described the thrill and tribulations of juggling sexual relationships with six men.
One of those men was [Robert] Steinbuch, a counsel to DeWine on the Judiciary Committee. Cutler called him the "current favorite" and said he resembled George Clooney , liked spanking and disliked condoms.
"He's very upfront about sex," she wrote. "He likes talking dirty and stuff, and he told me that he likes submissive women."