EU law does not preclude Facebook from being ordered to remove unlawful content worldwide. The European Union’s highest court has ruled that EU countries can order websites to take down or block unlawful content worldwide. The case significantly broadens the responsibilities of tech giants.
Internet slander is when a person or a group of people use the Internet to falsely vilify; libel; slander; spread malicious gossip and/or to harass others. They usually do it either to gain a competitive advantage or to settle a score or through pure malevolence due to envy. These people have established certain patterns of behaviour. Below are a few tips in dealing with Internet slander should you have the misfortune of becoming a victim.
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