Seismic Shock is a blog by a student from the UK named Joseph Wiseman.
Apparently, Sizer laid a complaint with UK police over some of the things Wiseman wrote on his blog, which apparently — inter alia — accused The Good Reverend of being anti-Semitic. Consequently, on November 29, 2009, Wiseman received a visit from police…
Rory Cellan-Jones provides a summary of the story thus far here: Seismic Shock: When blogging meets policing, BBC, January 26, 2010. Sizer has a personal blog here; a recent entry cites a Guardian review of Defamation. Dr. Cam and I saw the film at last year’s MIFF; I wrote some thoughts on the film then.
It’s a funny Olde Worlde.
See also : Stephen Sizer, The Police And The Barbra Streisand Effect, Modernity Blog, January 24, 2010 /// First they came for Rosemary Port… (August 28, 2009) | Hal, Liskula, Dylan, Kyle, Jackie, Bill & Co. (August 25, 2009) | Liskula Cohen : NOT A PSYCHOTIC, LYING, WHORING, STILL GOING TO CLUBS AT HER AGE, SKANK. (August 20, 2009) /// Dylan Lewis is The Best : And That’s Official! (November 18, 2009) | Dylan Lewis : NOT AN ANNOYING PERSON (August 10, 2009) /// mathaba.net : last words (May 1, 2008).