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Identifying Online Libel

What is libel? Libel is a published false statement that is damaging to a person's reputation; a written defamation of an individual and/or their business. The following four conditions must be met...

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There Are Four Sources of Libel & Defamation:

Bad Reviewers

Malicious reviewers damage professional reputations with defamatory remarks on review websites such as Tripadvisor.com, Yelp.com, YP.com, Ripoffreport.com and Pissedconsumer.com. They'll leave comments featuring...

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Web Trolls

Trolls build up their own image by putting others in a bad light on the Internet with libelous comments and images on online forums, Facebook, WordPress, Weebly pages and in any online location where people are gathered.  Some...

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Astroturfers

Astroturfing occurs wherever products or services are sold or reviewed. Business owners often report being targeted by astroturfers in forums or on Amazon, Yelp, Twitter and other social media websites. Astroturfing...

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Bullies

Lies published by bullies and spread online on Facebook or Twitter, in texts or emails, adversely impact both children and adults. Before we help you identify that you're indeed dealing with a bully loose on the Internet, please select the option that is most appropriate for your situation: Read More...

Featured Online Defamation Lawyer: Adrianos Facchetti

5 Common Mistakes Lawyers Make When Drafting Defamation Complaints

In my defamation practice I see lawyers continually making the same mistakes when they draft complaints. Unfortunately for their clients, ...
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Letters To The Editor

New Stories Involving Defamation Emerge Daily