Chapter Four Lesson

Chapter Four Lesson - ChapterFourTortsandCyberTorts

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Chapter Four - Torts and Cyber Torts Why would one person sue another? You learned earlier how time consuming (and  expensive) it can be to file a lawsuit. The obvious reason is someone is harmed and wants  compensation -  damages  - for the harm caused. Tort law provides remedies for the invasion  of personal interests, including personal safety, as well as for the protection of real and  personal property. Torts can be categorized several ways. They can be  intentional  or  unintentional  (negligence.)  They can be  against persons  and they can be  against property . A tort can  also fall under  strict liability  laws. First, let's look at  intentional torts.  The harm caused to a person could be the result of  intentional torts is where someone intends the act. For example, it can involve an  assault  and  battery  or a  false imprisonment . It can also be the result of harming someone's reputation,  defamation , or an invasion of privacy or 
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Chapter Four Lesson - ChapterFourTortsandCyberTorts

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