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EFE facilitated the name and domicile of the injured, called bad woman and accused him having left homeless to her other two children. The defendant referred to his expareja in the social network calling her cabrona. The sentence the man to eight days of permanent location and to compensate the aggrieved with 565 euros. A man has been sentenced by a court in San Sebastian to eight days of permanent location by slander to his expareja in his blog of the internet and through a popular social network with the intention of undermining the reputation and honour of women. According to the ruling of the case, the incident occurred on April 1, 2010, when the defendant wrote in his blog an entry in which he complained that his excompanera not let him see his daughter or talk to her, at the time accusing it of have been taken hostage to another province. In the text, the defendant provided the name and domicile of the injured, bad woman called and accused him of having left homeless to his other two sons fruit from a previous marriage. Subsequently, on October 9, the defendant referred to his expareja in a social network calling her cabrona, while on January 13, 2011 published a second article in his blog that demanded equal treatment for men and women before the law and the courts, at the time that accused the woman of lying to justice. The statement explains that the accused acknowledged them during the trial for these acts and which had facilitated the identity and data of the place of residence of the victim, although he claimed that he had done so only as a way of relaxing because he was angry, felt powerless and wanted to give a touch of attention. The judicial resolution considered these facts constituting a failure continuing slander by which condemns man to eight days of permanent location and to compensate the aggrieved with 565 euros. See more: convicted of slander to her ex in a blog and a social network