And now Lewis "Scooter" Libby has had a website created where he can proclaim his innocence to the world. I wonder if this is part of a broader trend to prevent the pro-prosecution press from controlling information the public learns about pending criminal matters. In voir dire, will prosecutors need to start asking whether the venirepersons have read a given defendant's website? Will that just drive the venireperson home to read the site? Jurors are instructed not to do any outside research, but with the prelevance of Google, you have to wonder how many jurors scratch the itch.