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It is very improbable that the employer will take legal action againts you
It is not a criminal offence so he will have to contract an attorney to demand you
The atttorney will have to study the case and probe damages in order to make you apy for
As he can no probe the damage you will have not to pay
So, the employeer will have to invest money and take a high risk to lose it
So, the comun sense says that he will do nothing against you as he can no probe damages
Do not make it again and de not worry too much for it
I will be here if needed
I think I have been reading too much in Internet about the Libel defamation, does such rumors considered as Libel defamation?
No, I dont think so
Difamation need publicity
Its more complicated than demanding for a job and little more
I do not see a ciminal offence, and difamation its a crimianl offence
Do not worry too much
It would be too expensive for him to go after you
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Thanks for the clarification. My understanding from the above is that such anonymous email to the employer is considered a civil crime rather than a criminal. I agree that with you opinion that this might not be as serious issue as I considered.
Yes thay it is
In order to be considered as a crminal action it has to be with a higt publicity level and to make a serious damage to the company
I considerer that it is noy your case
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