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16. Lower courts have consistently ruled that persons married to

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16. Lower courts have consistently ruled that persons married to or closely associated with public persons are also public persons for the purposes of libel action.

17. In libel law, a public controversy is defined as a controversy in which the resolution of the issues will affect a larger group of persons than those involved in the controversy.

18. The New York Times rule was generated by a lawsuit stemming from the Bush-era invasion of Iraq.

19. Whether or not a reporter sought a comment from the subject of a libelous story will always be a critical factor in determining actual malice.

20. A business regulated by the government is always regarded as a public figure.

 

 

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