In an age where online smear campaigns and so-called “fake news” can be viewed all across the country, where is the proper venue for plaintiffs to sue if they believe they’ve been the victim of false and defamatory information spread over the internet?

That is the question a Philadelphia judge has posed to the Pennsylvania Superior Court in a case that might lead to a shift away from case law dating back more than 50 years.


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