Internet bullies, listen up. If a New York court ruling is any indication, your cloak of anonymity may be more transparent than you think.
In August, Carla Franklin, 34, a New York business consultant and Columbia Business School graduate, filed legal documents asking Google to identify people who posted unauthorized videos of her on YouTube and made disparaging comments.
This week, she scored a victory. A Manhattan judge ordered Google, which owns YouTube, to turn over identity and contact...Full Story