http://www.nytimes.com/2003/08/03/weekinreview/03ZERN.html The accuser of Los Angeles Laker star Kobe Bryant can expect no real privacy in these days of instant Internet communication, the New York Times says. "Anonymity is, you have to go on line or listen to the radio to find out a person's name as opposed to just turning on the TV," said Susan Estrich, a professor at the law school of the University of Southern California. "When you've got a high profile . . .
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