A German teacher who had sued to shut down a web site where pupils rank their instructors according to competence and "coolness" lost her battle in court on June 23, AFP reports. The Federal Supreme Court, Germany's top civil tribunal, rejected the claim of the teacher, Astrid Czubayko-Reiss, that her right to privacy was violated by the site, spickmich.de (loosely translated, checkmeout.de), where she received a mediocre rating from students.
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