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"one is the most shameless in the world, corpse" was posted by shcstory.com
Yes, this was made on a certain person.
one is the most shameless person in the world, corpse, etc.
Is it guilty?
The attorneys we spoke to said that this case is hard to win, because "name calling" is not considered defamation (in law). "Dead Meat, Walking Corpse, Shameless, ..." are name calling.
Yes, unfortunately, I agree with the attorneys you spoke to. This does amount to name-calling and would be unlikely to be considered defamation. In order to prove defamation, you would need a false statement of FACT.
This means a false allegation that someone has done something that they didn't do. If someone were called a child molester for instance, that would allege that he or she had molested children. Since that would be untrue, that would give rise to a cause of action for defamation.
However, calling someone a corpse, or the most shameful in the world, do not constitute false statements of fact and would be considered just name-calling.
That said, you still may be able to have this content removed by sending a 'cease and desist' letter to the website, stating that you will sue for defamation if the content is not removed. They may be worried enough about a law suit that they will take down the content voluntarily to comply with your cease and desist letter.
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The statement on the website that he and she have sex relation. Is it guilty? Of course, this is trablated from Chinese "搞上". When we search in Google and Yahoo, almost the usage is that. Is this guilty of invasion of privacy?
A false statement.
Sorry, I should make it more clear. The words in the website says that A has sex relationship with B. In whatever the real situation is, either A or B can sue the web holder. Even if he/she did not post, it is quilty for that action.
It is only the web owner can post the article, and it it is different from FB. If the words in the web article like as follows, is it quilty?
A, do you make love with B? If you dare not swear, you did not make such things, you would go to hell.
I will restate what I said as folows:
A ,the dead corpse. You lost morality like a corpose and you are the most shameless person in the world. You are a typical member of cult, and you have degraded to such a level since you joined in the line of cult.
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