Litigation Often Results in Dismissal
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You can sue, but defamation of character, while painful and damaging, doesn't necessarily lead to lawful reparation.
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Constitutional - A Former High School Coach Can Sue Parents for Defamation

Constitutional - A Former High School Coach Can Sue Parents for Defamation | Litigation Often Results in Dismissal | Scoop.it
A former high school coach may be able to sue his parental tormentors for defamation.
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Texas Appeals Court Upholds Dismissal of Principal's Lawsuit Over Fake MySpace Page | Citizen Media Law Project

Texas Appeals Court Upholds Dismissal of Principal's Lawsuit Over Fake MySpace Page | Citizen Media Law Project | Litigation Often Results in Dismissal | Scoop.it

Last week, the Fourth Court of Appeals in San Antonio, Texas upheld the trial court's dismissal of Clark High School vice-principal Anna Draker's lawsuit against two students and their parents over a fake MySpace profile. Benjamin Schreiber and Ryan Todd allegedly created a fake MySpace page for Draker in 2006, which contained her name, photo, place of employment, and explicit and graphic sexual references implying that she was a lesbian. After learning about the fake profile, Draker contacted MySpace, which promptly removed the page.

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Vikki Howard's comment, June 17, 2012 5:21 PM
Christine--I see that you shared these posts on Facebook--but I do not see any comments/analysis of these cases???
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Laws won't stop cyberbullying, students tell Senate committee

Laws won't stop cyberbullying, students tell Senate committee | Litigation Often Results in Dismissal | Scoop.it
A federal law designed to crack down on cyberbullies would have little effect on preventing online harassment, or stop teens from bullying each other online, students have told a Senate committee.
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Teen sues classmates for libel over Facebook page

Teen sues classmates for libel over Facebook page | Litigation Often Results in Dismissal | Scoop.it
A middle school student in Georgia is suing two classmates, claiming they created a fake Facebook page in her name and wrote racist slurs and gratuitous sexual comments on it.
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Vikki Howard's comment, June 17, 2012 5:23 PM
analysis?