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October 19, 2011

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The Internet has changed over the years. Now you can find all you need just with one click. Because of that internet defamation has become a big problem. On every site, everyone is free to post comments about the subject, anonymously or with the real name. If it's a defamation post submitted under real name, you can sue the respective person.

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