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An online reputation management expert has just covered a story on how Courtney Love is the first who has gotten herself into a libel suit over the posts she has made on Twitter. Back in 2010, she tweeted that her lawyer had been bought off from helping her in a lawsuit involving Cobain’s estate. The lawyer claimed that this was defamation, and went after her for libel. It only makes sense that a lawyer would turn against her using the legal system, so it’s not surprising that this benchmark case made it to court. Twitter posts are notoriously laconic, being hard to understand due to their brevity. Many posts include innuendos that only suggest ill actions, not attempt to state them as fact. That’s why it’s so hard to prove that a poster has said something legitimately defamatory, rather than just expressing an opinion of disgust. It’s perfectly legal to say that you don’t like someone, or that you’re pissed off at them for not taking a particular case. The Internet has also been considered a sort of safe harbor for free speech, where media outlets are more heavily regulated. This case has the ability, however, to change what you’re allowed to say on the Internet.
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