defamatory


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(used of statements) harmful and often untrue

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Having taken legal advice and in line with the pre-action protocol, I write to require you immediately to remove all defamatory comments and to ensure that they are not repeated and that no similar comments are published on your site.
an overal"My client totally denies the defamatory inferences from article PAISLEY'S SOLICITOR on daily telegraph claims
6) A successful action for defamation requires that a plaintiff prove that a communication has been published to a person or persons other than them, that the communication identifies them and that the communication contains at least one imputation that is defamatory of them.
Moreover, websites will sometimes refuse to remove any posted material without an order directed to that website requiring the removal of specific defamatory statements, and then the website may remove only that limited portion of the review, leaving behind other negative comments.
3) But what if the hyperlink refers an Internet user to information that is purportedly defamatory or libelous?
Unfortunately, the ability of these online channels to have a global reach has attracted a large number of unscrupulous users to disseminate defamatory materials in the cyber world.
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, chairman of Kingdom Holding Company, has received a favourable ruling a from a London court on the meaning of key elements of the defamatory articles published about him by Forbes in April 2013, a statement said.
Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa on Monday filed a defamation case against BJP leader Subramanian Swamy for his alleged defamatory statement against her, Times of India reports.
The Public Prosecution also ordered the confiscation of defamatory books and the funds as well as shutting down the library and sealing it.
The Public Prosecution also ordered confiscation of the defamatory books and the funds as well as shutting down the library and sealing it off.
Austin, Texas-based Buckeye Brine alleges in a July lawsuit that the billboards paid for by Michael Boals, of Coshocton in eastern Ohio, contain false and defamatory attacks against its two wells, which dispose of contaminated wastewater from oil and gas drilling.
With the Model Code of Conduct in place, the office of the chief electoral officer of Delhi ( Delhi CEO) has warned that candidates could face action should their social media content qualify as defamatory.
In DE-zce province, five CSOs held a joint press conference on Friday, calling on top government officials to keep from making defamatory remarks that could polarize the public.
Arguing that Texas law is outdated when it comes to injunctions on defamatory statements, an attorney for an Austin businessman told the Texas Supreme Court on Thursday that it should let critical remarks about the businessman be removed from a former employer's online post.
Although the Supreme Court has never held that an injunction is a permissible remedy for defamation, the past decade has seen a veritable surge in injunctions directed at defamatory speech, especially speech on the Internet.