-slander o libel?-

-slander o libel?-
Nota d'uso
Sia slander che libel si riferiscono ad affermazioni diffamatorie. La differenza tra loro è che slander si riferisce a una diffamazione orale, verbale, libel ad una diffamazione scritta.

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