The Right to Reputation
This chapter explores the meaning and legal significance of reputation, and the values underpinning the right. The chapter proceeds as follows. Part B discusses the nature and legal protection of reputation in the principal jurisdictions considered. Part C examines the underlying values that reputation appears designed to serve. Part D concludes the discussion and argues that ventilating the values underlying reputation will assist in deciding the proper approach to be adopted when reputation must be balanced against freedom of expression.
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