A blogger who called a magazine cover model offensive names on her Web site says Google failed to protect her right to privacy after a Manhattan judge forced the search company to reveal her identity.
Blogger Rosemary Port tells the Daily News in Sunday editions that she's angry that Google unmasked her identity.
In the blog, named "Skanks in NYC," the blogger posted entries, including photographs, captions to the photographs and commentary solely about Liskula Cohen that describe her as a 'skank' and a 'ho,' " her filing in Manhattan Supreme Court said. The posts got even more colorful -- and nasty, Cohen claimed.
Cohen sued to have the blogger identified, arguing that the comments on the site were defamatory.
But Port says that her privacy was violated, and that she has a right to her opinions.
Google did not immediately respond to an e-mail sent Sunday requesting comment.