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If during litigation, parties agreed that no one can post depositions on the web, etc., does that also mean that if someone says something defamatory about you and you defend yourself with a verbal or written statement (which you testified under oath in the deposition) can you get into trouble? I am worried that if someone defames me after agreeing to such, that I could not say anything as a result of my agreement with opposing party. I would have to sit passively by and take it. Please clarify the law on this. Thanks.