spam-it-to-me-baby writes: "Interesting court case going on down under at the moment involving a prominent Australian businessman who claims he was defamed by a Dow Jones article published on a web server in the United States. Prosecution is digging up an obscure 1848 judgement over what constitutes an act of publication to ensure the case is heard here rather than in the U.S. Dow's claiming the story was for a U.S. readership. The case continues ..." And since laws on what you can legally say aloud or in print vary greatly from country to country, please make sure your words are only available in pre-screened jurisdictions.
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