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High Court judge rules on video clip

A High Court judge has ordered Google and Facebook to find ways of taking down a defamatory video about a Dublin student.

16th May, 2013

A High Court judge has ordered Google and Facebook to find ways of taking down a defamatory video about a Dublin student.

Eoin McKeogh was "grossly defamed" by being wrongly identified as the man on a YouTube video leaving a taxi in Monkstown, Co Dublin, without paying the fare.

The taxi driver posted the video clip to see if anyone could identify the fare dodger. One person named McKeogh as the culprit "and thereafter, a...

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