The rapper’s libel case against Tasha K will change the way the internet engages with attention-seeking celebrity commentary.
The far-right activist was ordered to pay a Syrian teenager £100,000 in damages after losing a libel case but hasn't paid a penny.
Julius Landry is suing for $1,000,000 in damages in part for “severe mental anguish.” The victimsvoicesregina Instagram account has shut down.
Duterte’s Sidekick Is Having His Online Critics Investigated Amid Fears of Gov’t Abuse of Cybercrime Laws
Philippine senator Bong Go, a close Duterte ally, requested authorities open investigations against several online commenters under the country’s controversial cyberlibel laws.
This time it's about a pair of op-eds from last summer.
“How this is decided will have an impact on...the quality of journalism in the digital age in the Philippines.”
Kevin J. Johnston conducted a vile campaign against Toronto restaurateur Mohamad Fakih on Facebook and YouTube.
Nunes is suing the McClatchy Company, which owns 29 newspapers, for its reporting on an allegedly drug- and sex-filled party on a boat owned by a Napa Valley-based winery.
A multibillion-dollar court battle is raging in a small South Dakota town between a former heavyweight meat producer and one of TV’s Big Three networks.
'Blood Diamonds' Journalist Faces Renewed Threat of Prison After Alleged 'Double-Crossing' by Angolan Government
Rafael Marques thought libel charges over his reporting on atrocities in Angola would be dropped last week, but now the journalist is again facing the prospect of a stint behind bars.
Marques told VICE News the generals agreed to end their quest to silence him, and did not contest the allegations of killings and torture in the country's diamond-rich Lunda Norte province.
Award-winning investigative journalist Rafael Marques de Morais is facing defamation charges over his allegations that nine Angolan generals committed crimes against humanity.