The official Hungarian News Agency (MTI) is taking the journalist and blogger György Balavány to court because he has, allegedly, libelled them. Even in the UK, which, I have assumed hitherto, the world's worst libel laws, an organization cannot sue an individual or another organization. You cannot libel an organization.
Balavány, a journalist with the political weekly HVG and a blogger, posted two blogs on his personal website on 23 July and 14 August, claiming that public service media use taxpayers’ money to misinform the public. The Hungarian News Agency (MTI) says its reputation and commercial interests were damaged by the blogs, and demands from the journalist ten million Hungarian Forints (approximately 36,000 euro) in damages, a public apology and the removal of the blogs.The curious thing is that the claim sounds to me like little more than statement of fact and would be in any country in the world.