What is the Meaning of Defamation | Definition and What is Defamation

From the latin diffamatĭo, defamation is the action and the effect of defame (discredit someone through the dissemination of information which is contrary to his reputation, said slander).
Example: "I won't allow the defamation of my children through the media", "despite the lies of the opposition candidate, defamation had no effect and people continued to join us in these elections", "defamation that assume these pictures for his public image was large enough."
It can be said that defamation is intended to be injurious to a person from a charge. The objective is that defamation affects the dignity or honor of an individual while the discrediting. It is possible to defame an individual by communicating a fact, but also with lies and rumours.
If an employer abuses employees, they can start to tell the situation in various areas. Thus, defamation of the employer is set up because the company does not evaluate its actions. The image of the author is, therefore, questioned.
Another possibility is that the employer, in fact, be a righteous man and having a correct behavior, and that the allegations are lies from a carrier on the market. In this case, the employer should strive to prove the falsity of the accusations so that his honour is not affected by defamation. The reaction of society will show if she believes or not the man involved in the civil complaint.
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