Amir Efrati , WSJ Law Blog,
Submitted by: Editor
The Emails Between Mark Cuban and Jeffrey Norris
What happened: In March 2007, Norris began sending strongly-worded emails to Cuban, whose personal email address is public. In sometimes lengthy emails, Norris consistently defended President Bush to Cuban and, along the way, called Cuban unpatriotic.
“Either you are really an anti-American ideologue or your allegiance to making money is significantly greater than your dedication to your country,” Norris told Cuban. For his part, Cuban said he didn’t personally believe in the film’s content and said Norris was against an “open market of ideas.”