Count page views, not site visits, when suing for internet libel

Count page views, not site visits, when suing for internet libel: “Courts cannot assume that online material has been read without some evidence in libel cases, a court has ruled. The court cannot simply infer from statistics on website visits that certain people have read a particular article, it said.”

(Via OUT-LAW News.)

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