Internet defamation leads to a lot of trouble. Unfortunately, the majority of the trouble ends up falling on the shoulders of the victims and can include: Major damage to your online reputation A negative impact on your organization’s bottom line A whole lot of legal fees Huge and long-term expenses to repair your online reputation […]
How Can Schools Protect Themselves From Students Who Defame Them?
I recently came across this article, which elaborates on the actions a headteacher in the UK took against a student who was publishing less-than-flattering blog posts about the way the school was being run. This is not the first time a school is faced with a situation such as this, and it most certainly will not […]
Are You Liable for Tweeting and/or Retweeting an Offensive Tweet?
Editor’s Note: I feel extremely lucky to be providing you with this invaluable article by Judith Delaney of TurnsonPoint Consulting. Judith is an attorney who specializes in social media and online privacy issues around the world, and within this article she elaborates on the legal proceedings that can potentially follow offensive material and communications that get posted […]
What is Internet Defamation? (Video / Podcast)
Recently, I’ve been posting more and more videos and blog posts about Internet defamation, as it’s a hot topic that many individuals and brands seem to be facing more and more of online. Here’s another video with Whitney C. Gibson, Internet defamation attorney, Chris Anderson, cyber-investigator, and myself discussing what Internet defamation is, what red […]
Internet Defamation: What Are Your Options? (video)
Internet defamation is a serious issue that brands and individuals are beginning to face, more and more, online. The following is a 20 minute video with myself, Whitney C. Gibson, an Internet defamation attorney, and Chris Anderson, a cyber-investigator, where we discuss the different options available to you when faced with online defamation. Internet Defamation: […]