Topic: Reputation

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A couple who was smeared online wins Lawsuit, the award is largest ever in an Internet Libel Case! 0


“The award is the largest ever assessed in an Internet libel case, the Leshers’ attorney, Meagan Hassan, said Tuesday.”

Here at RemoveNames we get asked 2 things every single day. “Can you tell me who posted this once you get it removed and can I sue the person who posted this about me. The answer to the first question is always a NO and the answer to the second questions we typically recommend to consult with local legal counsel. This article should shed some light on this question and we will start to refer our Remove Names clients to read this when they ask us this question in the future.

A tale of Internet Libel

FORT WORTH — First, a woman accused Mark and Rhonda Lesher and one of their employees of raping her.

Then, the same woman and her husband, along with two of their employees, instigated an online smear campaign designed to ruin the Leshers’ reputations, according to two juries.

On Friday, three years after a Collin County jury acquitted the Leshers and their employee of aggravated sexual assault, a Tarrant County jury awarded the couple $13.78 million in a libel judgment. The ruling sends the message that people have the freedom to write what they please online, but they can be held accountable.

The award is the largest ever assessed in an Internet libel case, the Leshers’ attorney, Meagan Hassan, said Tuesday.

The defendants — Shannon and Gerald Coyel, and Charlie and Pat Doescher of Kennedale, who worked for the Coyels — were ordered to pay shares of the award.

“This was clearly a vendetta,” Hassan said. “We originally sued 178 John and Jane Does, and it all came down to two IP addresses.”

A woman who identified herself as Pat Doescher on the telephone declined to comment Tuesday, saying her attorney had instructed her not to talk about the case. Gerald Doescher, the Coyels and their attorney could not be reached to comment.

Internet Libel Cases

According to the lawsuit, Shannon Coyel, a former client of Mark Lesher, who was then an attorney in Clarksville in East Texas, accused the Leshers and one of their employees of sexually assaulting her. The trial was moved to Collin County on a change of venue because of pre-trial publicity, and the jury acquitted all three on Jan. 15, 2009.

Meanwhile, scurrilous comments referring to the Leshers and their businesses were appearing on Topix, an online community bulletin board.

One comment that referred to Rhonda Lesher’s beauty salon said: “You get throwed, blowed, bit, sucked, Herpies, and your hair done all at the same place, ‘YUCK’!!!!!!!!” according to the lawsuit.

“During the criminal trial, Mrs. Lesher testified to the fact that these rumors and comments have changed her life, stating, ‘I will never be the same. You can’t imagine what it is like going to a grocery store and facing anyone who knows about these charges,’” the lawsuit stated.

The abuse grew so bad that the Leshers closed their businesses and moved away from Clarksville, where they had lived for more than 20 years, Hassan said. Mark Lesher now practices law in Mount Pleasant and Texarkana, and his wife has given up her salon.

Hassan said she and her legal partners compiled more than 25,000 instances of libelous online posts on Topix that accused her clients of engaging in sexual perversions and molestations, drug dealing and other criminal behavior.

But in court, they introduced only 800 of the worst, Hassan said.

“No one who has ever read the comments has argued that they were reasonable or rational,” Hassan said. “This is a good case to show just how bad things can get online.”

The case was tried in Tarrant County because one of the IP addresses was at a residence in the county.

The McClatchy Co., which owns the Star-Telegram, owns an 11.25 percent share of Topix.

Internet Slander and Libel

The case shows that those who libel others online and rely on Internet service providers or hosting companies to protect their identities are out of touch with the times, legal scholars said.

“I think you are starting to see a real disconnect between perception and the legal and technical realities,” said Brian Holland, a law professor at Texas Wesleyan University. “The illusion of anonymity is not technically correct because they have a way to trace you, and it’s not legally correct because the courts will not always back you up and you might not be aware of the proceedings.”

Topix initially fought a subpoena for the Internet Protocol addresses of the people posting comments about the Leshers, but a judge forced the company to hand over the information, Hassan said.

Many service agreements that Internet service providers use, and that most people do not read, prohibit the posting of anything that is libelous or slanderous, said Peter Vogel, a partner at the Gardere law firm in Dallas.

“This case proves that you just can’t say bad things about someone without any consequences,” Vogel said. “I never put anything in an e-mail or posts that I would not want a jury to see.”


Source: RMN

Google as Judge AND Jury! 0


Google as Judge AND Jury: RemoveNames.com Explains How Search Engines Could Ruin your Reputation by Bringing Up your Past.

With the internet operating as an open forum, many people are shocked to find disparaging information about them online. However, what can be done to prevent Google from playing Judge and Jury for someone’s future?

Googling one’s own name is commonly seen as a fun activity. However, more and more people are finding that what should be a quick Internet search results in a long and stressful journey as they try to get shocking revelations about their personal lives offline and away from the public domain.

“Many sites have now been set up to allow people to openly name and shame people,” says Amanda Carroll from RemoveNames.com – a site responsible for removing derogatory, untruthful or hurtful comments from the web and restoring clients reputations.

She continues: “These sites are run as professional services, so often appear at the top of Google when searching for someone’s name. With some of these sites allowing the poster to add the accused’s full name, location and place of work – many are finding that just one entry can wreck their personal lives, friendships and even jobs – even if the information is untrue.”

It’s easy to see how an exaggerated account from an angry ex-lover could have negative consequences should an employer, friend or new partner Google an individual’s name. However, with the Internet as sprawling as it is, can anything really be done?
Amanda and her company have all of the answers.

“Many steps can be taken to remove the details. We always use our legal team to liaise with the site and request removal of the information. If this doesn’t work, or if the site administrators cannot be found, we’ll call in our team of Search Engine Optimization specialists and they’ll use the latest in web technology techniques to ‘bury’ the information deep within Google, so that it can’t easily be found just by searching for the person’s name.”

It’s not just regular individuals looking to restore and protect their good name either. Amanda admits that her company has worked with professional sportspeople, celebrities and even global politicians to remove potentially harmful information from Google’s search results.

“The potential exists for anyone to have their good name tarnished online, even if the information about them is totally false. What’s worse is that there are sites actively encouraging it, with some allowing users to vote for ‘Cheater of the Day’ based on their location,” explains Amanda.

However, while the juicy, intimate and embarrassing details of someone’s last relationship can easily be exposed for everyone to see, it appears that Google doesn’t actually have the final say in that person’s future, as long as they take action.

To find out more about online internet reputation management, as well as techniques that can be used to protect your name, please visit:

http://www.defamationdirectory.com

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About RemoveNames

RemoveNames.com is a Reputation Management Boutique firm specializes in removing and suppressing negative comments, posts and articles about their clients in an affordable, fast and confidential manner.

There are many websites out there that allow articles, postings and comments from anyone and if someone has another person trying to sabotage them, they can succeed easily by anonymously posting derogatory comments on the internet.

These comments then pop up and get listed in Google, Yahoo, Bing and the major search engines if someone types in a name or business name. This can drastically effect that person, their business or family if the comments are negative and destructive in nature.

RemoveNames are search engine experts. The company works its magic to make sure destructive comments and posts are buried and not visible to anyone who may be searching for a person’s name or business. They have many clients who have been turned down for loans, jobs and even divorces have been initiated due to these terrible things anyone can post.

Contact Information:
RemoveNames.com
Amanda Carroll
Tel: 1-866-848-2022


Source: RMN

Article Removal, Reputation Management and Google. 0


Reputation Management -Google as Judge AND Jury: how search engines could ruin your future by bringing up your past

With the internet operating as an open forum, many people are shocked to find disparaging information about them online. However, what can be done to prevent Google from playing Judge and Jury for someone’s future?

Googling one’s own name is commonly seen as a fun activity. However, more and more people are finding that what should be a quick Internet search results in a long and stressful journey as they try to get shocking revelations about their personal lives offline and away from the public domain.

With sites such as Cheaterville and ReportYourEx allowing anyone to name and shame a previous partner, it appears anyone can post potentially damaging claims about a friend, ex-lover or family member online.

“Many sites have now been set up to allow people to openly name and shame people,” says Amanda Wilson from RemoveNames.com – a site responsible for removing derogatory, untruthful or hurtful comments from the web.

She continues: “These sites are run as professional services, so often appear at the top of Google when searching for someone’s name. With some of these sites allowing the poster to add the accused’s full name, location and place of work – many are finding that just one entry can wreck their personal lives, friendships and even jobs – even if the information is untrue.”

It’s easy to see how an exaggerated account from an angry ex-lover could have negative consequences should an employer, friend or new partner Google an individual’s name. However, with the Internet as sprawling as it is, can anything really be done?


Amanda and her company have all of the answers.

“Many steps can be taken to remove the details. We always use our legal team to liaise with the site and request removal of the information. If this doesn’t work, or if the site administrators cannot be found, we’ll call in our team of Search Engine Optimization specialists and  they’ll use the latest in web technology techniques to ‘bury’ the information deep within Google, so that it can’t easily be found just by searching for the person’s name.”

It’s not just regular individuals looking to restore and protect their good name either. Amanda admits that her company has worked with professional sportspeople, celebrities and even global politicians to remove potentially harmful information from Google’s search results.

“The potential exists for anyone to have their good name tarnished online, even if the information about them is totally false. What’s worse is that there are sites actively encouraging it, with some allowing users to vote for ‘Cheater of the Day’ based on their location,” explains Amanda.

However, while the juicy, intimate and embarrassing details of someone’s last relationship can easily be exposed for everyone to see, it appears that Google doesn’t actually have the final say in that person’s future, as long as they take action.

To find out more about online reputation management, as well as techniques that can be used to protect your name, please visit: http://www.defamationdirectory.com

******
About RemoveNames

RemoveNames.com is a Reputation Management Boutique firm specializes in removing and suppressing negative comments, posts and articles about their clients in an affordable, fast and confidential manner.

There are many websites out there that allow articles, postings and comments from anyone and if someone has another person trying to sabotage them, they can succeed easily by anonymously posting derogatory comments on the internet.

These comments then pop up and get listed in Google, Yahoo, Bing and the major search engines if someone types in a name or business name. This can drastically effect that person, their business or family if the comments are negative and destructive in nature.

RemoveNames are search engine experts. The company works its magic to make sure destructive comments and posts are buried and not visible to anyone who may be searching for a person’s name or business. They have many clients who have been turned down for loans, jobs and even divorces have been initiated due to these terrible things anyone can post.

 


Source: RMN

Remove Names from TheDirty.com 0


Equal Opportunity Dirt: Remove Your Name from theDirty.Com

It isn’t hard to be exposed on theDirty.com.  Much like Cheaterville.com and ReportYourEx.com, the Dirty, as it’s called, specializes in one thing, slander. The sort of slander that theDirty.com revels in is equal-opportunity: it can tag your business or personal life, or both. And, as with Cheater.com, the accuracy of the information is beside the point. What is the point? Personal and professional denigration.

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Remove your Name from TheDirty.com post

Sites like the Dirty exist to destroy reputations, which they do with seeming glee. How does the site work? It’s simple enough; just visit the site, choose a user name and before you know it you too can slander or unfairly accuse someone or some business, without the slightest shred of proof. The Dirty isn’t really an expose’ site, as its owners would have you believe. It’s a “get-even” site, where falsehood can be concocted and displayed from whole cloth. It’s most definitely not a place you want to find your name and picture.

How to remove your name from TheDirty.com and regain your Internet Reputation

Being on theDirty.com can be especially damaging if you are a legitimate business; you’re name shows up on the site and you and your business and personal name are suddenly at great risk. Once you lose your reputation, your business is at great risk.

So how do you remove your name from the Dirty? First, understand the terms of your dilemma. Your online reputation is damaged and needs to be restored. Restore your reputation and limit or eliminate the damage. But how? By using a Internet Reputation Management firm like Removenames.com.

If you end up on any of the several online reputation damaging sites like theDirty.com, you’re not likely to do much on your own to correct the situation. The odds are too much against you; one or two false statements and you won’t be able to go it alone, thus the need for Removenames.com.

 


Source: RMN