Defamation

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Webber Wentzel's Dario Milo explains how defamation works and how it can be absolved if the information being published serves the public interest.
Legal expert and partner at Webber Wentzel Dario Milo breaks it down for us.
Social media knows no boundaries. You'll find the cyber-libeller potentially on every phone and on every discussion focused app, virtually, anywhere in the world. It does not matter whether you're uploading an opinion in Uttoxeter or Utah; subscribe to the feed, and you'll be fed whatever rage, bile or untruth the source feels fits the alleged crime.
I was warned. When I was thirteen, a friend of my older brother's said, 'Maggy, don't be nice. Be amazing, be mean, be honest