In newspapers the gatekeeper is the editor, who should be fully aware at all times of distinguishing between free speech and downright libellous
Comments that are seen as lighthearted can be extremely offensive and in many cases libellous
He added: "As it cannot know the content of every message, it cannot be held liable for the sharing of potentially libellous
The story was libellous
because it implied that Gerrard was flouting the Football Association's transfer rules.
Cllr Ms Griffin's letter made a potentially libellous
statement I wish to correct.
It is a difficult area of law, but we have to look at what we can do about a website that is not monitored properly to prevent scurrilous and libellous
comments being made.
Company chief executive Yvonne Thomas said recent high-profile cases had shown that many e-mails sent from UK businesses are libellous
and put both the company and employee at huge risk.
The Associated Press reported that Freeman has said he does not believe the book to be libellous
It said: "Supporters should ignore a totally false and libellous
email currently in circulation concerning Teddy Sheringham.
Mrs Bercow was at London's High Court for a hearing to decide the meaning of the allegedly libellous
tweet, posted two days after a November Newsnight report wrongly implicated the former Conservative Party treasurer in claims about events at Bryn Estyn children's home in the 1970s and 1980s.
Any swearing or libellous
comments about opponents will be edited out.
Manoharan is also seeking an injunction to stop the defendants or their agents from repeating any of the libellous
statements about him.