A defamatory statement is one that has caused or is likely to cause serious harm to the claimant’s reputation by making right-thinking people think substantially the worse of him/her. Most defamatory statements impute morally blameworthy conduct to the claimant. But this is not a necessary requirement.
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In order to prevent the publication of private information or images it is necessary for the claimant to establish a reasonable expectation of privacy