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The perils of social media for twits — Sterling Law QLD

The laws of defamation apply to social media as much as they apply anywhere else: A FORMER high school student has been ordered to pay $105,000 to a teacher for writing defamatory remarks about her on social media in what is believed to be Australia’s first Twitter defamation case to go to trial. Former Orange High School…

The perils of social media for twits — Sterling Law QLD

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