Online defamation: A case study in competing rights

@inproceedings{Dare2004OnlineDA,
  title={Online defamation: A case study in competing rights},
  author={Julie Dare},
  year={2004}
}
On September 3 2003, the Supreme Court of Western Australia awarded Dr Trevor Cullen $95,000 in damages for defamatory statements that appeared on a number of websites published by the defendant, Bill White (Cullen v White (2003) WASC 153). Despite the Court’s finding of false imputations arising from defamatory words published on the Internet, and acknowledgment of the very great damage caused to Dr Cullen, many of the defamatory web sites can still be accessed on the Internet over 12 months… CONTINUE READING

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