Google was told to have information, which includes the blog owner’s user name, email address and IP address disclosed to defamation lawyer Yair Cohen who acted for the claimant, who is fighting for defamatory content about him to be removed from the American based Blog. Read full article on Internet Law Expert blog
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This is a real challenge to any defamation lawyer and a concern to many internet users.
Did you know that even after you delete your website, it can still be accessed by anyone through the WayBack Machine?
The WayBack Machine is the largest website archive in the world. It contains over 150 billion web captures and it includes content from more than 200 million websites.
If you feel a bit nostalgic today and want to see what your website looked like 10 years ago – WayBack Machine will take you right back there in no time.
Of course, there is a slight downside to all this. Just when you think that certain internet content has disappeared forevermore, there is a good chance it is still there, and that it can still be found and viewed by the public.
Websites never die. They go to website heaven, the largest website archive in the world.
Have a safe trip.
Say you’ve been dragged through the mud on the internet. Your reputation is being assaulted with vicious lies, and you don’t even know who’s telling them.
The situation is urgent, but what should you do?
Defamation lawyer Yair Cohen says that during their employment, former employees and business partners are likely to have access to sensitive information about the company, and in some cases, evidence of minor wrongdoings by their employer or business partner. They might be in possession of vast amounts of information about you, your family, your personal life, your business practices and some of your past mistakes and errors. They may now use this information
Defamation lawyer advise on the 9 essential steps to avoid defamation by employees and by former business partners.
While you can’t entirely eliminate the possibility of breach of trust by
former employees or business partners, you can reduce the likelihood of
becoming a victim to online defamation. Here are some important steps
you should take as a precaution: Always remember that employees and
business partners come and go. Someday they will no longer be with your
company, but their memories of you will not end with their employment.
Place a high value on personal integrity and trustworthiness when
assessing a new business partner or employee. Skills may be acquired,
but integrity cannot. It is gold, and value it as such.
Always look for signals of disgruntlement among your employees, listen to their concerns and act to fix matters quickly.
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Internet law and internet defamation specialist Yair Cohen former owner of Bains Cohen Solicitors (now called Pinder Reaux) set up the first UK dedicated Internet Law department in September 2009, and in March decided to set up the first UK Internet Law specialist consultancy company, Internet Law Experts Ltd which is dedicated to successfully solving internet reputation issues and other internet law related matters within an optimised legal and technical environment. Yair Cohen, who was a commander in the Israeli army before becoming a lawyer in the UK is a great believer in strategic thinking and in forward planning. He has extensive commercial experience through his own companies as well as through his advisory role to many of his clients.
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Defamation lawyer Yair Cohen wins injunction against Google Inc. that tells Google to disclose personal information of an anonymous blogger
The internet works in a strange way. Each time your reply to an online comment, you are fuelling its popularity. This is because you are introducing new material on the same topic.
The search engines, and in particular Google give priority to ‘live’ issues which means that each time a comment is being added to a thread, it helps the thread to climb up the search engines’ ladder, which ironically is exactly the opposite of the result that you would want to achieve.
Furthermore, (and this is from my experience as a soldier) Read More On Internet Defamation Lawyer‘s blog
It is very difficult to describe the moment where you first realise that your business reputation is being tarnished all over the internet. This unforgettable moment normally follows by many sleepless nights, tiredness, frustration and of course money problems.
You see, some of your employees are likely to possess impressive amounts of knowledge about you, your business, your practices, your procedures, your errors, mistakes and regrets, as well as about your true feelings about things that matter to your customers.
You get hit left, right and centre and with very little opportunity to defend yourself.
In the meantime, the online defamation attacks are starting to increase. Links are being shared between people and more defamatory material is now being…. Read more on Online Defamation