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If you report something untrue about someone that harms their reputation - you should be able to get sued just like the rest of us can. And I believe there is a good chance such a law would hold up in court if the right argument is presented. And if not - then we should start working on appointing judges who would uphold it.
Freedom of the Press should not mean you can print what ever lies you want about someone without consequences.
where our press has become so irresponsible and gaudy - not to mention the accession of the internet - where every one and his mother are suddenly part of the media.
Last edited by Jeremy; 20th April 2017 at 12:00 PM.
With celebrities, as of NYT v. Sullivan, the standard is higher.
How reminiscent is this to Trump acknowledgement of creeping back stage at the junior Miss pageants letching half naked young girls.The piece quoted “one prominent and current male on-air host” who mused lecherously about the gender dynamic of the TV news work environment: “At the producing level, it’s all young women,” he said, “99 percent of whom have no chance of being on TV. They like being in TV and they like powerful men.
Don't tell me White Privilege does not exist. They got away with it for years.