JuicyCampus.com Controversy

So JuicyCampus.com – the younger but more global version of the ACB – is getting a lot of attention in the media. It was created by “Mr. Ivester” of Sigma Phi Epsilon, and according to a NYT article, a student from Yale has had a porn film exposed and there’s been the general outing of who’s a slut, a bitch, etc. But according to the site’s terms, you can’t write anything
“unlawful, threatening, abusive, tortious, defamatory, obscene, libelous, or invasive of another’s privacy.”
Now colleges like Columbia and Yale are trying to ban it and the feds are getting involved. Ivester has the communications decency act to help him out, and at the same time, there’s a site called reputationdefender.com where people can remove anything they don’t like being said about them on the internet. So would it be juicy if it were white-washed? And where would the ACB stand in all of this?

EDIT: Check out our prior coverage of JuicyCampus. (Justin)