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Removing Private Information from the Internet

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Removal of Private Information Online There’s likely an abundance of information about you available on the Internet. Online directories and databases offer this data either free or for a fee. Fortunately, you can remove your personal details from some of these online databases. You might be wondering how your name, address, telephone number and, often, date of birth ended up …

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100 Tips, Tools, and Resources for Reputation Management

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100 Tips, Tools, and Resources for Reputation Management With the advent of online tools that make it easy to share information, meet new people and keep in touch faster than ever, reputation has taken on a twofold dimension. Individuals and businesses no longer have to worry about their reputation in real life but in the virtual world as well, making it …

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Copyright Infringement DMCA Takedown Notice

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We can assist with various letters to search engines and webmasters as part of a reputation Marketing campaign. If you wish to contact search engines directly their addresses are below. Copyright Infringement DMCA Notification Sample December 21, 2012 Sender Information: Joe the Plumber Boring, OR, 85012, USA Recipient Information: User Support Google, Inc. Mountain View, CA, 94043, USA Sent via: REGISTERED MAIL Re: …

Defamation Law II

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Defamation Law Part 2: Successful strategies to deal with online defamation Although it is difficult to get a successful result in an online defamation issue, it can be done by carefully establishing who is making the comment, and where they are based.  Other important considerations are how damaging the comments are and whether threats might drive the defamer to make …

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Defamation Law I

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Defamation Law – Part I The internet has radically changed the nature of defamation law.  While it was once a specialized subject left to media lawyers it is now a topic on which most internet lawyers have to advise.  Internet defamation is, however, dramatically different from more traditional defamation cases. Comments made on the internet can be instantly and indefinitely …