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`* Re: mockingRod Speed
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Newsgroups: aus.legal
Subject: mocking
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2022 15:06:20 +1100
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 by: Max - Fri, 14 Oct 2022 04:06 UTC

Could mocking someone publically be defamation?

If I said that a former boss of mine had a huge amount of knowledge in
an area that they clearly didn't, would that be defamation?

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From: rod.spee...@gmail.com (Rod Speed)
Newsgroups: aus.legal
Subject: Re: mocking
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 by: Rod Speed - Fri, 14 Oct 2022 04:23 UTC

Max <max@val.morgan> wrote

> Could mocking someone publically be defamation?

Nope, dope.

> If I said that a former boss of mine had a huge amount of knowledge in
> an area that they clearly didn't, would that be defamation?

Nope, dope.

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From: max...@val.morgan (Max)
Newsgroups: aus.legal
Subject: Re: mocking
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2022 16:52:36 +1100
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 by: Max - Fri, 14 Oct 2022 05:52 UTC

On 14/10/2022 3:23 pm, Rod Speed wrote:
> Max <max@val.morgan> wrote
>
>> Could mocking someone publically be defamation?
>
> Nope, dope.
>
>> If I said that a former boss of mine had a huge amount of knowledge in
>> an area that they clearly didn't, would that be defamation?
>
> Nope, dope.

Surely if you made fun of them that way, they could sue you and the
cause of action is likely to be defamation, since there was a damage to
the person's reputation by way of the mocking.

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From: rod.spee...@gmail.com (Rod Speed)
Newsgroups: aus.legal
Subject: Re: mocking
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 by: Rod Speed - Fri, 14 Oct 2022 08:15 UTC

Max <max@val.morgan> wrote
> Rod Speed wrote
>> Max <max@val.morgan> wrote

>>> Could mocking someone publically be defamation?

>> Nope, dope.

>>> If I said that a former boss of mine had a huge amount of knowledge in
>>> an area that they clearly didn't, would that be defamation?

>> Nope, dope.

> Surely if you made fun of them that way, they could sue you

Anyone can sue anyone about anything, stupid.

But there is no chance of the suer actually winning, stupid.

> and the cause of action is likely to be defamation,

Nope, dope. Because it isnt defamation, stupid.

> since there was a damage to the person's reputation by way of the
> mocking.

Thats not defamation, stupid.

Satire is perfectly legal, stupid.

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From: max...@val.morgan (Max)
Newsgroups: aus.legal
Subject: Re: mocking
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2022 21:12:17 +1100
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 by: Max - Fri, 14 Oct 2022 10:12 UTC

On 14/10/2022 7:15 pm, Rod Speed wrote:
> Max <max@val.morgan> wrote
>> Rod Speed wrote
>>> Max <max@val.morgan> wrote
>
>>>> Could mocking someone publically be defamation?
>
>>>  Nope, dope.
>
>>>> If I said that a former boss of mine had a huge amount of knowledge
>>>> in an area that they clearly didn't, would that be defamation?
>
>>>  Nope, dope.
>
>> Surely if you made fun of them that way, they could sue you
>
> Anyone can sue anyone about anything, stupid.
>
> But there is no chance of the suer actually winning, stupid.
>
>> and the cause of action is likely to be defamation,
>
> Nope, dope. Because it isnt defamation, stupid.
>
>> since there was a damage to the person's reputation by way of the
>> mocking.
>
> Thats not defamation, stupid.
>
> Satire is perfectly legal, stupid.

So you are saying I can mock a former employer, and tweet that they very
knowledgeable about a certain field, when in fact it is totally obvious
that they have no qualifications in the field and know f*** all about it?

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From: rod.spee...@gmail.com (Rod Speed)
Newsgroups: aus.legal
Subject: Re: mocking
Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2022 08:32:57 +1100
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 by: Rod Speed - Fri, 14 Oct 2022 21:32 UTC

Max <max@val.morgan> wrote
> Rod Speed wrote
>> Max <max@val.morgan> wrote
>>> Rod Speed wrote
>>>> Max <max@val.morgan> wrote

>>>>> Could mocking someone publically be defamation?
>>
>>>> Nope, dope.
>>
>>>>> If I said that a former boss of mine had a huge amount of knowledge
>>>>> in an area that they clearly didn't, would that be defamation?
>>
>>>> Nope, dope.
>>
>>> Surely if you made fun of them that way, they could sue you
>> Anyone can sue anyone about anything, stupid.
>> But there is no chance of the suer actually winning, stupid.
>>
>>> and the cause of action is likely to be defamation,
>> Nope, dope. Because it isnt defamation, stupid.
>>
>>> since there was a damage to the person's reputation by way of the
>>> mocking.
>> Thats not defamation, stupid.
>> Satire is perfectly legal, stupid.

> So you are saying I can mock a former employer,

Yep.

> and tweet that they very knowledgeable about a certain field, when in
> fact it is totally obvious that they have no qualifications in the field
> and know f*** all about it?

Legally, yep. Corse you may well find that if they are asked about your
employment with them, that they may well spell out how useless you are.

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 by: Peter Jason - Sat, 15 Oct 2022 03:35 UTC

>> and tweet that they very knowledgeable about a certain field, when in
>> fact it is totally obvious that they have no qualifications in the field
>> and know f*** all about it?
>
>Legally, yep. Corse you may well find that if they are asked about your
>employment with them, that they may well spell out how useless you are.

If I seek advice from Births & Marriages and discover a certain
individual was born out of wedlock, can I call him a bastard?

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Subject: Re: mocking
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 by: Rod Speed - Sat, 15 Oct 2022 04:05 UTC

Peter Jason <pj@jostle.com> wrote

>>> and tweet that they very knowledgeable about a certain field, when in
>>> fact it is totally obvious that they have no qualifications in the
>>> field and know f*** all about it?

>> Legally, yep. Corse you may well find that if they are asked about your
>> employment with them, that they may well spell out how useless you are.

> If I seek advice from Births & Marriages and discover a certain
> individual was born out of wedlock, can I call him a bastard?

You are free to call him a bastard any time you like, no need to check
anything.


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