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Business Reputation New Free Tip Of The Day

bains cohen solicitorsIf at the moment the battlefield where you fight for your good reputation is based online and those on the other side, appear to have a reasonably good understanding of the battleground and of the basic tools and ammunitions which are required to cause you maximum damage, you might want to seriously consider moving the battlefield elsewhere where it will be harder for your reputational enemies to fight back.

Grooming Of Men On The Internet « Internet Law Expert

Grooming Of Men On The Internet « Internet Law Expert

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Many men whether rich or poor, married or single go chatting and in most cases quite innocently. It is just another way for many to relax from the days chores  and have a relaxing conversation with other online chatters. It is normally a friendly place which at times, as you will find out, could become very dangerous indeed.

What many of these men don’t realise is that there are some dangerous predators out there, ready to eat them alive. Not literally but also not very far from that.

These dangerous predators I am talking about

Grooming Of Men On The Internet « Internet Law Expert.

How To Create A Google Bomb! Internet Lawyer Explains

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How Can I Remove Defamatory Websites? Internet Law Expert Internet Defamation

Online Reputation – Injunction Against Google: How To Remove A Website « Internet Law Expert

How Can I Remove Defamatory Websites?

In the past few weeks we removed over 40 defamatory websites, which up until then, devastated our clients’ reputation.

We removed a vast number of defamatory videos from YouTube and we managed to remove a popular, yet defamatory article against a successful businessman from a national news website.

We sought and won injunctions against YouTube, Google Inc, Firefox and other internet giants around the world and successfully enforced them all in the UK, the USA, Canada and other countries.

We gave one decent, hard-working online retailer his business back following savage online reputation attacks against him and his company by competitors.

We advised a client who owns an international franchise company on how to deal with online attacks by a former employee. These constant attacks were estimated to have cost the company in excess of £300,000!

We have also helped the owners of a national services company to form their first ever online reputation strategy following a devastating online reputation attack against them by both a competitor and a former employee, which cost them their biggest contact.

So this is how it is done… Read Full Blog on Internet Law Expert

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By: Yair Cohen

Internet Law Expert: Defamation of Character – How to Get Rid of a Bad Review? | Internet Law |

Internet Law Expert: Defamation of Character – How to Get Rid of a Bad Review.

Online reviews can be regarded as defamation of character whenever one or more parts of a review is factually inaccurate or is misleading. By not telling the whole story, the author of the review may create an impression which is far from being a reflection of the true position.

Aggrieved customers tend to put forward a one sided story about their experience with a vendor which means that readers of the review are not being told the whole truth. The point that I am making is that information which is given in part can also be as libellous as an outright lie and therefore defamatory, which means that the victim of such review might have a right to sue in court for libel.

Often, the most intelligent readers of an online review are able to see through a particularly one sided review which is aimed to cause as much damage as possible to the vendor but other times such comments could dramatically affect the performance of the business victims.

By: Yair Cohen

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