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High Court ruling means the end of social media

10 September 2021

12:00 PM

10 September 2021

12:00 PM

It’s not very often a news item pokes its head above the laughable parody of our national conversation. Get your duct-tape ready; on Wednesday the High Court issued a ruling that changes everything.

The most illustrious minds in Australia have decided to make social media account holders legally responsible for third party comments left on their pages and posts.

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