Chapter 8- Torts and Cyber Torts

Chapter 8- Torts and Cyber Torts - Chapter 8 Torts and...

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Chapter 8- Torts and Cyber Torts T RUE -F ALSE  Q UESTIONS         1. To determine whether a duty of care has been breached, a judge asks how he or she would have acted  in the same circumstances.         2. reasonable  person standard determines whether allegedly negligent conduct resulted in a breach of a  duty of care.         3. A defamatory statement must be communicated to a third party to be actionable.         4. Puffery is fraud.         5. Depriving an owner of personal property without permission and without just cause, to place it in  another’s service, is conversion.         6. Conversion is wrongfully taking or retaining an individual’s personal property and placing it in the  service of another.         7. Disparagement of property is another term for appropriation.         8. Bona fide competitive behavior can constitute wrongful interference with a contractual relationship.        
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