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Go Ahead, Annoy Away, Court Says (The Lede)

Date: July 15, 2008
Author: Mike Nizza
QUOTE: After asserting their right to annoy in defiance of a government ban, Australian protesters received Federal Court backing today. The court, in rejecting a recently adopted regulation against any acts of “annoyance” at an event headlined by Pope Benedict XVI, made this key ruling, according to The Sydney Morning Herald: There was “no intelligible boundary” on what “causes annoyance”.

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