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Matt: Hi, it’s Matt Plessner and welcome back to Defamation Law Radio. We’ve talked about defamation on the internet many times before. What can you do if you are defamed? And what kind of compensations are you entitled to? We are going to talk about some of these things as we interview Mark Clark of the Traverse Legal office of Traverse City, Michigan. Mark, thanks again for being back!
Mark: Thanks Matt! It is always a pleasure to be here.
Matt: Well thank you very much! Now, just start off plain and simple. What, I guess damages are available for any kind of online defamation, Mark?