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How can you sue for false claims?

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What do you have to prove against a website terms? Does this fall under tort law

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Not much here to answer. Were you injured by the claims? Was it a political ad? Was it opinion? Was it protected by free speech? Was it "mere puffery?" Take the details to an attorney, and show in dollars or reputation, how much you were injured.

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