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Actor, Writer, Humanitarian
I mean you don't even have to be famous or a public figure to have some stranger hating on you, just because they can safely do it from behind closed doors, hidden, using fake names and false social media profiles. It truly is a new phenomenon that is on the rise everywhere.
Why Courtney Love's 'Twibel' Lawsuit Is Good for the Internet
Eugene K. Chow
Former Executive Editor, Homeland Security NewsWire
Fear not, "Twibel" lawsuits are not an infringement of free speech per se, but rather the transferal of standards from more traditional media to Twitter and Love's libel case is the natural next frontier in the ongoing battle over free speech.
Libel by Tweet
Dean, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
One-on-one talk, even mean-spirited, deserves protection. It's just private chatter, nobody's business but our own. But what about when thousands of people listen in?
Billionaire Wins Wikipedia Defamation Lawsuit
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