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DEFAMATION - A remedy for those whose reputations have been damaged by untrue statements or misleading images. - Recognised that reputation is a vital aspect of one’s humanity and integrity and should thereby be protected with one’s entitlement to personal safety and ownership of property. - The need for it to be balanced with freedom of speech and expression = more so for journalism - Generally governed by case law and statute where necessary i. Laws in Defamation - UK: Defamation Act 1952 , DA 1996 and DA 2013

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