Thomas Jefferson had one answer to this question, that the authority of government extends only to those actions that are injurious to others or deprive them of their equal rights.
Common law provides a remedy for injurious falsehoods, actions that are sometimes known as business disparagement lawsuits.
The title of the cause of actions in the 2004 claim has been changed to injurious falsehood and inducing breach of contract.
It has been shown that repetitive alveolar collapse and reopening can be injurious to the lung.
The same applies to trade libels, injurious falsehood and similar claims.
Nothing is more injurious to some people's careers than early fame, and while I would have been happy to take it, I never had to worry about what corrosive effect early fame was having on my work.
Bonding social capital within specific communities is seen as injurious to development as a whole, and therefore needs to be discouraged.
For instance, they demanded that employers had to insure them work, that they would not do anything injurious to the workers and finally, that employers would permit workers their right to enter a guild.
I ask that we do something about it because I think it's thoroughly injurious to what we are genuinely about - which is equality of opportunity.
The development would be seriously injurious to the character of the adjoining village and the visual amenities of the area generally.