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No one testified about such cyberculture quirks as the notorious difficulty in distinguishing the truth or fantasy of e-mail postings.The DA treated Jovanovics e-mail as fact, but chalked up that of the victim to playful fantasy and a love of language.If the cybersex trial tells us anything, it is that in the free-wheeling interplay of these elements, which it encourages, cyberculture has turned yesterday's pathology into today's ordinary sex chat.Handles with Care The then 30-year-old Jovanovic and his accuser, a 20-year-old English and philosophy major at Barnard College, met in an America On-line chat room at the end of her freshman year.
Jovanovic--espite the DAs admission that "we don't know what else this man may be guilty of" --received a far stiffer sentence than that given many murderers."CAN YOU TOP THIS"A strict deconstruction of the email shows it to be a post-modern courtship. Are you familiar with the rituals and invocations associated with Pan?Access to society journal content varies across our titles.If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this box.In standard chat-room protocol, they signed their email with their screen names, personas which, as with most chatroom users, reflect hidden or unexplored aspects of their IRk (in real life) personalities.Jovanovic called himself Gray, a handle--the term went unused during the month-long trial--that he explained in his first communication with his accuser: "I generally wear black and gray, if you haven't guessed already." His choice of screen name may have had a deeper meaning.