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  1. Ouch–I feel for the plaintiff, but unfortunately the court was correct to dismiss the suit. The records in the clerk's office are public records. On paper, there is a certain level of privacy resulting from the practical obscurity and the fact that most people don't bother to go to their clerk's office to just browse around.

    With the Internet, however, the number of people who can spend time browsing around public records grows dramatically.

    It sounds like the person in question didn't make sure the name etc. was redacted, or maybe he/she scanned documents that aren't part of the official public record. Either way, I can only imagine how Ms. Doe felt upon having those horrible experiences put up for public display. With any luck, the only people to see them were Ms. Doe and her family.

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    The society is facing problems with such laws. This has to go legal and it’s needed to be sorted at the earlier.
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    Kieran
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    The society is facing problems with such laws. This has to go legal and it’s needed to be sorted at the earlier.
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    Kieran
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  4. I think this is a terrible, unfortunate incident to happen to a victim of such abuse. How humiliating to not only have to live through it as a child, but now be forced to relive it as an adult.

    If I were Plaintiff Doe, I would use this "opportunity" to speak out to others about this type of abuse, go on Oprah, and not hesitate once to mention the perpetrator.

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