Argentina: Facebook should remove a page for libeling a user
Judge Graciela Lugo formoseÃ±a granted within 48 hours of the social network Facebook to remove a page anonymously denounced by a businesswoman for libel and insults against him.
According to the judge Lugo, Freedom of Expression offered by social networking sites like Facebook do not grant freedom “absolute” to express themselves, and that “while freedom of expression is enshrined in the Constitution, it does not mean that in a purported exercise of that right , it can also overwhelm people rights recognized and protected by the Constitution, “he said.
It was also clarified that the complainant did not request compensation or identifying anonymous authors, only the comments are removed and prevent future be repeated.
Thus, the social network that has over 18 million users and offices in Argentina, will respond to the request of the Justiciaen the next two days.
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