Thesaurus / libel

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There is no reason that these platforms should not be held to the same libel standards as print publishers, broadcasters, or cable channels.
They are convicted of cyber libel stemming from a 2012 Rappler article about a local businessman’s alleged ties to a former judge, who was later impeached for corruption, and purported links to drug and human trafficking rings.
While the Affirmation Bill was on its way the libel action by Peters was heard and decided.
CHARLES BRADLAUGH: A RECORD OF HIS LIFE AND WORK, VOLUME II (OF 2)HYPATIA BRADLAUGH BONNER AND J. M. (JOHN MACKINNON) ROBERTSON
His demand for a thorough investigation of the libel was refused.
Owing to an abortive and obscurely originated action for libel, the whole matter revives.
LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILLWINSTON SPENCER CHURCHILL
Now I call this a gross libel on the ship's company at large.
IN EASTERN SEASJ. J. SMITH
Men were put in the pillory for perjury, libel, and the like.
LORD JOHN RUSSELLSTUART J. REID
Probably this is meant to be satirical, but it is merely a libel on the great body of golfers.
THE SOUL OF GOLFPERCY ADOLPHUS VAILE
Many a reader who will reject Swift's portrait of man as a libel, cannot but feel a twinge at Thackeray's delicate pencillings.
It is due, I suppose, to the lack of means of redress found in the Continental laws in case of slander or libel.
TROOPER 3809LIONEL DECLE

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