Can Google be sued for the content of blogs on its platform? – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted February 18th, 2013 in defamation, internet, news, publishing, vicarious liability by sally

“The Court of Appeal has ruled that in principle, an internet service provider that allowed defamatory material to remain on a blog hosted on its platform after it had been notified of a complaint might be a ‘publisher’ of this material, although in this case the probable damage to the complainant’s reputation over a short period was so trivial that libel proceedings could not be justified.”

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UK Human Rights Blog, 17th February 2013