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I think this is pretty unfair as it means online publishers are subject to the degree of uncertainty that a potentially indefinite right of action creates. I also feel quite sorry for the Times, who were the unsuccessful defendant in one of the main cases on this point of law in the UK, Louchantsky v Times, and then lost before the European Court of Human Rights when citing the same case.

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