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Defamation suit against Elon Musk can go ahead, judge rules

CBC.ca Friday, 10 May 2019
A U.S. judge said on Friday that Elon Musk must face a defamation lawsuit by a British diver who said he was falsely branded a pedophile and child rapist by the chief executive of electric car company Tesla.
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