Redefining defamation in the online age

Milorad Trkulja's win against Google is another sign that the regulation of internet is slowly but surely happening and tech giants are running out of places to hide.

Google found itself in hot water this month, after a Melbourne Supreme Court jury found the search giant guilty of defaming Melbourne resident Milorad Trkulja through its search engine.

The ruling is set to forever change the meaning of defamation in Australia. The law,once reserved for incendiary media commentary, is now seemingly relevant to all internet technologies.

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