Out of all the proposed wordings of the Article, I find myself drawn towards the one presented my Pax Aurea's councillor, namely, "...slanderous attacks upon one's honour and reputation."
My only concern is that this element of the Article could be invoked for somewhat trivial matters. For example, an office worker could complain that his human rights are being violated when his colleague claims he stole the last working stapler. It is slanderous, being false, and damages the office worker's reputation, at least in the eyes of his superiors. Obviously, I would expect judges and other law officials to show a bit of common sense if they were ever faced with a case like this, but the point still stands.
I imagine that most, if not all, member states have some sort of legislation regulating the press and outlawing slanderous and libellous statements and comments. Perhaps, in order to prevent the kind of cases described above, we could consider removing the element of the Article relating to honour and reputation?
I think that my Occoronian friend presents an adequate amendment, clear and concise. If anything, I would get rid of the "the" in "...as presented by the European Law". Purely for grammatical and aesthetic reasons, of course.