How to determine whether you can sue for defamation or not?
1. There are defamatory or defamatory statements;
2. The statement refers to you;
3. The statement is published or disseminated to others.
If the defamatory statement does not refer to anyone, you need to prove to the court that the
statement is directed at you. It is not enough if you only feel or are affected by the statement. The
statement has also been published or disseminated to third parties. If the statement is factual and
true, the statement is not defamation.
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