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Bloggers at the White House--and in court

FishbowlDC blogger scores a first--press pass to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. But legal fight with Apple may undercut bloggers' free-speech rights.

roundup The editor of the FishbowlDC blog scores a first--a press pass to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. But a separate legal fight with Apple Computer may undercut bloggers' First Amendment rights.

Bloggers, chill out already!

perspective FEC member Ellen Weintraub says talk of a crackdown is more about Republican scare-mongering than coming rules.
March 7, 2005

White House approves pass for blogger

Garrett M. Graff may be the first person to be granted a daily White House pass for the specific purpose of writing a blog.
The New York Times
March 7, 2005

Religious blogs reflect the faithfully irreverent

Growing number of religion-oriented blogs, many of them contrarian, serve as a meeting point for the like-minded.
The New York Times
March 7, 2005

Tentative ruling favors Apple in blog case

California judge issues a tentative ruling that would force three blogging sites to divulge their sources to Apple.
March 4, 2005

The coming crackdown on blogging

newsmaker The FEC's Bradley Smith says that the freewheeling days of political blogging and online punditry are over.
March 3, 2005

Friendster befriends blogs--and fees

Two Web trends converge as the social networking site prepares to launch blogs through partnership with Six Apart.
March 2, 2005