Lord McAlpine drops defamation claims against Twitter users with fewer than 500 followers
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Lord McAlpine drops defamation claims against Twitter users with fewer than 500 followers

Manila : Philippines | Feb 21, 2013 at 4:25 AM PST
Source: The Independent
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Lord McAlpine has announced that he is dropping defamation claims against Twitter users with fewer than 500 followers who wrongly named him as a paedophile, instead asking for a charitable donation. The Tory peer, who has already received six-figure payouts from the BBC and ITV, said he wanted to draw... FULL ARTICLE AT The Independent
 
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