Legal analysis: If this crime is committed, it will be sentenced to imprisonment, detention, control or deprivation of political rights for less than three years. If the facts slander others, if the circumstances are serious, they will be sentenced to imprisonment, detention, control, or depriving political rights for less than three years. The highest three -year imprisonment; the minimum control of one month. 1. Damage behavior. It refers to the text, pictures, or language that has spread the reputation of specific people through the Internet. 2. There are subjective faults of the actor. The fault includes two forms: intentional and overwhelming. The actor knows that the content of the communication must or may cause damage to the reputation of others but want and let the results happen, which is intentional. The actor should foresee that his behavior may harm the civil rights of others but did not foresee because of negligence, or although it is foreseeable, but the trust can be avoided. As a result, the reputation of others is damaged, which is negligent. Legal basis: Article 246 of the Criminal Law of the People's Republic of China openly insulted others with violence or other methods, or fabricated the facts to slander others. If the circumstances are serious Political rights. In China, slanderous acts may constitute violations of civil law, and slanderous actors are investigated for civil liability; they may also violate criminal law, constitute criminals, and slander actors must be criminal responsibility. In other words, slanderous behavior may constitute both infringement (civil) or crime (criminal).
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