Totalise plc v Motley Fool Ltd
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Totalise plc v Motley Fool Ltd (2001) was the first case of Internet libel in the UK. Totalise (Totalise became part of Madasafish in 2006) sued Motley Fool because a user named "Zeddust" made negative comments about Totalise on the Motley Fool website. Motley Fool were forced to reveal the identity of Zeddust under Section 10 of the Contempt of Court Act.
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