Gabriela Manuli

Gabriela has been a journalist for more than ten years working for newspapers, magazines, radio and TV. She holds an MA in Public Policy (Media, Information and Communication Policy) and a degree in Social Communication Science. She is from Argentina and is currently based in Washington DC.

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Location Matters: Online Defamation in Latin America

  5 March 2013

In Latin America, where defamation laws are not consistent, online defamation cases threaten to erode the universal right to freedom of expression, which is enshrined by nearly every national constitution in the region. Definitions of what constitutes a criminal defamation offense - and therefore its consequences - vary throughout the region. A critical comment online could lead to a fine in one country but a prison sentence in another.

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Insult or Injury? Exploring Online Defamation

  21 February 2013

In many countries, the line between the right to free expression and a person's right to protect his or her reputation is a blurry one. In the Internet age, the issue has become even more complex. The Internet has created infinite new opportunities for individuals to express their own opinions, but this does not come without limits. One way in which online speech is commonly curtailed is through laws against defamation.

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