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October 04, 2010

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It is too easy for anyone to post defamation on the internet. There are no filters or checks to keep people from posting harmful content which is defamatory. It is too easy for a competitor to pretend to be disinterested and simply defame for business advantage.

Thanks for the nice explanation.

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