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06-01-09, 00:38
Men bu yerde boliwatqan barliq munzirilerni korup ketelmisemmu, mezmunidin xewerdar boldum we Jume epedimge towendiki mesilehetni berishni toghra taptim.

Bu yerde boliniwatqan munziride peqet asasiz halda jumege haqaret qilinghandek turidu. Bu Amerika, hemme eyibleshler pakitliq orunluq asasta elip berilishi kerek. Unig usitige bu tor beti NED ning qollishi bilen rawaj tepiwatidu ( xata yeri bolsa tuzutup qoyung). Bu yerde hemme ish qanun bilen bolidu. Shexsi mepeet uchun jamaet pikiri toplap,ozige qarhsi pikirlerni chiqirp tashlap, paydilqi pikirlerni qaldurup qoyilsa pikir erkinlki degen uqumni qandaq chushendurimiz?

Bir meslihet Jume ependi, men sizning qandaq adem ikenlkiningzni bilmeymen ( Belkim torda berilgen bahalar toghridu yaki tohmettu bunisi bashqilargha qalduruldi) hem bilishnimu xalimaymen we baha beripmu olturmaymen.

Siz towendikilerni korup beqing.

How to Learn About the Online Defamation Act

By eHow Legal Editor

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In legal terms, any false statement made in a public way that can damage the image or reputation of an individual, specific product, or entity (such as a business, government or country) is an act of defamation. Online defamation differs from the ordinary act of slander or libel in that, while both require actual publication, the shelf life of the online statement is usually longer lasting.

Learn More About Online Defamation Laws

Step1
Know that section 230 of Title 47 of the United States Code protects Internet service providers from being liable for defamation, since they cannot be considered a publisher or speaker of any statement provided by a third party.

Step2
Understand that while there is no specific new legislation governing online defamation, common defamation law does extend itself to the online medium. Therefore, original content providers (like bloggers and writers) may be held accountable for their statements if proven defamatory.

Step3
Know that the statute of limitations on filing a defamation claim varies by U.S. state. You should check with your state's Attorney General's Office to learn what the law is in your state.

Step4
Find out more about how conventional defamation laws pertain to the online medium and learn how to avoid being sued for defamation from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (see Resources below). This is especially important information if you're a blogger, run a message board or chat room, or are involved in some other capacity as an online publisher.

Step5
Educate yourself about some well-known cases that were heard in recent U.S. history that illustrate how an online publisher can act in a defamatory manner at the FindLaw Web site. Of particular interest is how Section 230 offered certain protections to Internet service providers

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06-01-09, 00:52
bolsa shundaq qiling Memetjan. siz peqet bashqilar oynawatqan bir sjaxmat pichkisi bolishingiz mumkin. Shu bahane bilen bu suyqesti pilanlighuchlar, ijra qilighuchilar we qollap berguchiler otturgha chiqip qalsa ejep emes. "Halwini hikim yidi, tayaqni yitim" bolup qalmisun.

mingngizni segek tutung. siz tamashinlar koridighan ertis emes, yaki birer regisorning talliwalghan rolchisimu emes. qurbanliq bolup ketmeng. bu mining semimi teklipim.