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Domain name lawyer: Stop Business partner or a co-director from leaving the company and taking the domain name with them.

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The domain name business is still in its infancy, and many aspects of it remain largely unregulated.
That leaves many companies exposed to the possibility that their website may be shut down as a result of theft or negligence.
This guide explains how to keep a domain name safe and never lose it, how to ensure that the domain is always renewed, and how to avoid a business partner or a co-director leaving the company and taking the domain name with them.

How to Prevent a Partner from Walking Away With Your Domain Name?

Defamation solicitor: Internet Law Centre

Internet Law Centre. Keeping domain names secure

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Interesting information was released at the beginning of this year by Google, in regard to the removal of defamatory or offending web pages from its products (Google Search, Blogger, You Tube and Google Earth in particular). The information is specifically focused on requests by governments and by national courts to Google to remove web pages.

It appears that following government requests and court orders from the UK, between January 2011 and June 2011, Google had removed no more than 11 items, most of which concerned defamation of character.
Other removals were affected following  applications by undisclosed  UK government agency, my wild guess is that it  was the Office of Fair Trading. Google tends to ignore requests by police to remove content and it seems consumer issues tend to get better ‘treatment’.

All in all, it seems that over a six month period, Google had only removed a worryingly low amount of content.  This is not surprising at all given my own experience in dealing with Google Inc.

Individual victims of internet defamation…

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