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Eric Goldman: Heavy dose of hyperlinks gets defamation lawsuit against Gizmodo tossed

Ars Technica :: A properly cited article, filled with hyperlinks to original source materials, should be extra-resistant to defamation claims—even if written with typical blogger snark. Readers can easily inspect the source materials themselves and make their own judgments about the article's veracity.

The defamation lawsuit against Gizmodo, a comment by Eric Goldman, arstechnica.com

Blog Post: Using Links as Citations Helps @gizmodo Defeat a Defamation Claim--Redmond v @gawker Media j.mp/OcspfV

— Eric Goldman (@ericgoldman) August 12, 2012
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