2. In any legislative or judicial proceeding or in any other proceeding authorized
3. In a communication, without malice, to a person interested therein by one who also
is interested, or by one who stands in such relation to the person interested as to
afford a reasonable ground for supposing the motive for the communication innocent,
or who is requested by the person interested to give the information; and
4. By a fair and true report, without malice, of a judicial, legislative, or other
public official proceeding, or of anything said in the course thereof.
In the cases provided for in subsections 3 and 4, malice is not inferred from the
communication or publication.
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