Defamation and Reputation


When people refer to “defamation”, this covers libel and slander. Libel or slander concerns the publication of material that is considered defamatory, which is something that adversely affects a person’s reputation. Libel concerns a more permanent form of publication, such as in print or written format, slander concerns less permanent publications, such as words spoken.

A statement is considered defamatory if it has caused (or is likely to cause) serious harm to the reputation of an individual.

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