libelous


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Synonyms for libelous

Synonyms for libelous

(used of statements) harmful and often untrue

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REVIEWING POLICIES While districts' acceptable-use policies all need to address issues related to student Web sites, such as derogatory, libelous and anonymous postings, most policies don't do this because they were developed before such sites became common.
If they post libelous information in an e-mail, that could be used as evidence in court.
had published a libelous article in its Sun newspaper last Sept.
All messages that claim a company is engaged in wrongdoing (as with the AOL hard drive invasion hoax) should be treated as libelous until you have the facts.
Cunningham seems to believe that there is no moral authority higher than the Pentagon, in which case every libelous canard the top brass direct at queers becomes gospel truth.
But it is not a sure thing that the law will protect either the interviewee or the press if something libelous is said out of court.
Evony's Australia based legal counsel has proceeded on multiple fronts internationally against the libelous assaults that Bruce Everiss has leveled against Evony, LLC (http://www.
Since 2013 he has been taking legal recourse to remove libelous statements from an anonymous online reviewer.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an has filed a legal complaint against Zekeriya Euz, the prosecutor who was working on a recent major corruption case and was later appointed by authorities to a less influential position, on the grounds that Euz used threatening, libelous and insulting language against Erdoy-an in his Twitter posts.
Chennai, Apr 28 (ANI/Business Wire India): Hiranandani Palace Gardens Private Ltd (HPGPL) announced that it has issued proceedings against Laxey Partners Ltd and two of its directors in relation to alleged libelous statements contained in three recent publications.
A former health and physical education instructor at Southwestern Community College must pay one of the college's vice president more than $15,000 for breaking an agreement made after the instructor distributed two libelous memos around the campus.
Smolla, dean of the University of Richmond School of Law in Virginia, says that child pornography, libelous postings, and terrorist Web sites have already shown the potential of the Web to cause harm.
Though originating in the United States, ruled the court, the allegedly libelous information could be downloaded in the United Kingdom.
Thompson said she was standing by the quote, despite Larry Levine calling her at home with a warning the statement was libelous and a demand for a retraction.
Your incorrect and arguably libelous statements go beyond opinion to the statement of alleged fact, I am not now, nor have I ever been, an employee or other wise affiliated with the Central Intelligence Agency or any other intelligence agency.