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STRIP DISTRICT -- Philip Kaplan is owner of a New York-based Web site where people read about and discuss (read: rant and rave about) the goings-on at allegedly failing tech companies nationwide.
Some of the anonymously posted information may be true; some may not be so true.
That doesn't make much difference to Mr. Kaplan, 26, who created the site in April 2000 after becoming disillusioned with the tech industry, its hype and its free-spending ways.
But it does make a difference to printCafe Inc., a Strip District-based company that makes software for the printing and publishing industries. It is suing three people who anonymously posted their thoughts about printCafe on Mr. Kaplan's site, which uses an expletive as part of its name. Those thoughts included …