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On 2018-02-01 10:55:44 +0000, Whisky-dave said:

> On Thursday, 1 February 2018 10:00:27 UTC, android  wrote:
>> On 2018-02-01 09:44:54 +0000, Whisky-dave said:
>>> On Thursday, 1 February 2018 03:36:33 UTC, android  wrote:
>>>> ...into the French group and found this link:
>>>> < 
>>>> --
>>>> teleportation kills
>>> That does look like a fun photo-shoot, but it's all fake imagery, I
>>> blame Trump for all this fake stuff ;-)
>> Blame on, but this seem real enough not to Photoshopped though. Beware,
>> the photog could sue you for slander if you say that these are fake!
>> :-ppp
> Actually it'd be defamation rather than slander as slander only really 
> refers to speech or audio content ;P
> And note I said fake imagery NOT fake photgraphy, as photography it's 
> fine but I do not believe these images represent real  events such as  
> accidents or situations.

Slander is a form of deamation that that you are after is libel. Libel 
is written defamation but slander is defamation in a more transitory 
form, like speech, Usenet and Twitter posts and updates on Facebook.

The common law origins of defamation lie in the torts of "slander" 
(harmful statement in a transient form, especially speech) and "libel", 
each of which gives a common law right of action."

teleportation kills