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Why defamation suits in Australia are so ubiquitous — and difficult to defend for media organisations

By Brendan Clift, Graduate researcher, The University of Melbourne
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Porter claims even though he wasn't named in the ABC article, he was easily identifiable to many Australians. For the ABC, the defences to defamation are notoriously difficult to establish.

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