Cyberlibel: Information Warfare in the 21st Century? by David A.
Potts brings years of research and experience in libel and slander
law into focus on how individuals and organizations can gain the
upper hand in safeguarding - or restoring - their reputation once
it's assaulted on the Internet.
The book examines caselaw from all common law jurisdictions
including Canada, the US, the UK, and Australia and provides
practical strategies that can be used in defamation actions related
to the Internet.
Cyberlibel: Information Warfare in the 21st Century? includes
the following topics in Canadian and international defamation law:
What makes cyberlibel issues unique from a legal perspective How to
remove a defamatory publication from the Internet Defences
available for those sued for cyberlibel Whether rules of conduct
apply to bloggers and Facebook users What constitutes invasion of
privacy and injurious falsehood online The liability of search
engines and other third parties Emerging case-law defining
This book represents a vital reputation-management tool for
organizations of all kinds - from corporations and professional
associations to government agencies and not-for-profits.
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