verb [ trans. ]
damage the good reputation of (someone); slander or libel
Now, let’s have a look at some public comments, made public by the people whose names appear next to each post:
Now, what we’ve done, is taken ALREADY PUBLIC comments, and PUBLISHED them. We take NO responsibility over what people choose to say in a public forum, with their names and pictures attached. But of course, here come the ‘law enforcers’. (LOL):
Time and time again, bogans. If you’re going to say something in the public forum, using your name and your picture, that’s your stupidity. If you’re going to breach the Racial Discrimination Act 1976, The Racial and Religious Tolerance Act 2001 and the Telecommunications Act 1997, then don’t get on your high moral horse and threaten legal action from your sweaty computer chairs.