The First District Court of Appeal, in Hecimovich v. Encinal did an excellent job discussing issues that frequently come up in defamation-related anti-SLAPP cases. Of interest to me was the Court's discussion under the first prong of the anti-SLAPP statute; namely, that Google search results could be relied upon to show whether a topic is a matter of public interest. It's worth your while to read this decision if you're at all interested in the complicated anti-SLAPP/defamation area.
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