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I'm surprised that the court ruled that an "associate dean of students" is a "public figure" and thus the "actual malice" requirement applies for any allegedly offensive statements about her.

Are all managers and supervisors at a business subject to the "public figure" doctrine?

Maybe it's OK... I'm thinking about when I have a dispute with a business or government agency and I want to say the people I dealt with are incompetent idiots.
 
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