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Published Defamation

  1. Yelp: Court Ruling on Anonymous Customer Reviews 'Could Have a Chilling Effect on Free Speech'

    While it is usually permissable to be anonymous, the courts do not look favorably on defamation. This article was originally published on the Inquirer. A U.S.court has ordered local business review website Yelp to reveal the names of seven of its...

  2. Ripoff Report Launches Verified, a New Program to Shield Businesses From Negative Reviews

    It wasn't until we made both companies understand that they would face a big business defamation lawsuit if they posted negative info about us online, they agreed not to post. Forbes recently published an Article about this titled "The Dark Side of...

  3. Miami Heat Minority Owner Sues Google Over Unflattering Photo

    Even pointing people toward that blog could constitute further defamation. Katz sued this blogger for defamation last year and lost. In fact, it’s the second time he’s filed suit against the blogger; he lost his defamation case last year.

  4. Human-flesh Search Engines Unearth Dark Side of Online Community

    The adulterer and mistress were found via a social and business networks like Facebook and Linkedin (who, incidentally, were the only ones able to successfully win a defamation case against the human flesh search against them).

  5. Google Execs May Get Jail Time in Italy for Video

    Beginning today, Google executives are on trial for defamation and privacy violation pertaining to a video posted to the Italian Google Video site, according to the New York Times. Still, prosecutors say that the video should never have been...

  6. Searching for Gotti in the Brave New JackassWorld

    Like Michael Corleone and the Italian American Anti Defamation League we deny the existence of any organization by the name of Mafia or La Cosa Nostra. Of course barstoolsports might've been tipped off by the .hu domain in the big red