Rosemary Port, the outed anti-Liskula Cohen blogger is to sue Google for $15million.
Rosemary Port, a Fashion student, said:
“By going to the press, she defamed herself,”
“Before her suit, there were probably two hits on my Web site: One from me looking at it, and one from her looking at it,” Port said. “That was before it became a spectacle. I feel my right to privacy has been violated.”
“When I was being defended by attorneys for Google, I thought my right to privacy was being protected,”
“But that right fell through the cracks. Without any warning, I was put on a silver platter for the press to attack me. I would think that a multi-billion dollar conglomerate would protect the rights of all its users.”
I think that outing Port was the correct decision, and I can’t help but think that her lawyer’s decision to try and sue Google, is nothing more than playing to Port’s vanity and need for attention.
If she had nothing to hide, why post anonymously?
Liskula Cohen, the model implicated has chosen not to follow up her $3million claim – a fine gesture that leaves Port looking more than a little foolish.