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How To Request Removal of Defamatory Search Results from Google

by Michael Roberts on December 17th, 2014

The following form allows you to submit a takedown demand to Google for defamatory, or other offensive webpages that appear in Google search results. Unfortunately, it has been our experience in most cases the Google will deny such requests, but it does not cost anything except time so it is worth giving it a try:

Global Google content removal form: https://support.google.com/legal/troubleshooter/1114905?rd=1#ts=1115655
See Also: “Remove Content from Google Search Results Instructions

European residents have a much better chance of having material removed from search results due to the “right to be forgotten” legislation. Instructions are available here: http://www.rexxfield.com/2014/07/googles-eu-right-to-be-forgotten-search-result-removal-request-form/

If you have a court order for removal of content you can submit it  to Google here: https://support.google.com/legal/contact/lr_courtorder?product=websearch

Request Removal of Defamatory Google Search Results?

Simply enter the search phrases that display unfavorable results in Google Search:




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Request Removal of Defamatory Google Search Results?

Simply enter the search phrases that display unfavorable results in Google Search:




1st Amendment rights of anonymous online antagonists
When charged for receiving payments as part of a kickback scheme, Stacey Jackson plead guilty. This pleading has effectively ended a dispute over the production of records relating to a pair of online pundits through NOLA.com. The federal appeals court ruled last Monday.

The question arose as part of a criminal defendant’s rights to due process under the 5th Amendment, and whether those rights should trump provisions for free-speech protection. The questions will have to wait for another case.

Read full story here: >>>>>
http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2014/11/appeals_court_rules_nolacom_co.html

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See Also: “Remove Content from Google Search Results Instructions

Request Removal of Defamatory Google Search Results?

Simply enter the search phrases that display unfavorable results in Google Search:




European Breakthrough:

European Commission “Right to be Forgotten” ruling(C-131/12)

Recently the Court of Justice of the European Union ordered that under some circumstances, European Union citizens can request search engines to remove results for searches that include their name where those results are “inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant, or excessive in relation to the purposes for which they were processed”.

In implementing this decision, Google claims that it will assess individual requests and attempt to balance the privacy rights of the individual with the public’s right to know and distribute information. When evaluating your request, we will look at whether the results include outdated information about you, as well as whether there’s a public interest in the information—for example, information about financial scams, professional malpractice, criminal convictions, or public conduct of government officials. Google & other EU search result submission form is located here:

  1. Google.com Search EU Take Down Form
  2. Bing.com Search EU Take Down Form
  3. Yahoo.com Search EU Take Down Form

If you feel you have been defamed by Google search results, you and your lawyer may want to consider the creative theories found here:

HOW TO SUE GOOGLE for DEFAMATION and Internet Libel or Slander

NON USA: In addition to properly serving the documents, you may email Google a courtesy copy to internationalcivil@google.com

NOTE: Demand that Google removes search results from ALL Google country sites:

If you are a citizen of Germany for example, Google may only remove the defamatory search results from google.de. Without other times they may remove all EU domain extension variations of Google. However, you will find a very large number of European residents do not use EU country Google domains, but use the international “Google.com“. if Google does approve your removal request, you need to make sure that the offending search results do not display in Google.com. If Google tries to argue that this is not a European website, you need to know that it is in fact an international website, is very accessible to your appearance, and should be part of the removal process.

A small history lesson about “.com” domains

.Com IS NOT a USA domain! It is international; The .com was originally designated for “commercial”. i.e. commercial purposes conducted by businesses without  national or geographic restrictions

REF: See: RFC1591 (1994), RFC819 (1982), RFC822 (1982) and others.  [The precursors to TLD’s were: “.arpa”, “.csnet”, “.bitnet”, and “.uucp”]

Request Removal of Defamatory Google Search Results?

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How to find the sender of an anonymous email message

by Michael Roberts on April 17th, 2014

See Also: “Remove Content from Google Search Results Instructions

How to find the sender of an anonymous email message

Whether it be done for right or wrong reasons, anonymous emailing is a part of life today. But that anonymity is not absolute if you as a receiver, have good reason to identify the sender, and have the patience to follow through.

Sometimes it can be very difficult, if not impossible to identify the sender of the message if they took careful steps to obfuscate their identity, such as using a proxy server. But even then it is not impossible, now team have been able to circumvent the countermeasures taken by criminals, and by civil wrongdoers, in order to positively identify them in the full light of day.

We have published a few case studies that show the practical results of our work in this respect:

http://www.rexxfield.com/case-studies.php

If you have fallen victim to threats, harassment or otherwise offensive behavior by someone through anonymous email, we can help you. Contact us by completing this form and we will respond and give you some idea of the options available to you.

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Microsoft admits reading Hotmail inbox of blogger

by Michael Roberts on March 21st, 2014

Microsoft is caught up in a privacy storm after it admitted it read the Hotmail inbox of a blogger while pursuing a software leak investigation.

On Thursday, the firm acknowledged it read the anonymous blogger’s emails in order to identify an employee it suspected of leaking information.

Microsoft owns Hotmail, a free email service now called Outlook.com.

John Frank, deputy general counsel for Microsoft, said it took “extraordinary actions in this case”.

Read full story: http://www.bbc.com/news/business-26677607

UPDATE: Microsoft revises policy:

“However, Microsoft Deputy General Counsel John Frank assured that in future the company officials will present evidence to an outside lawyer who is a former federal judge, before its investigators access information from customer accounts.” [REF]

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Defamed in Australia, a Guide to Cleaning Up your Reputation

by Michael Roberts on March 18th, 2014

Request Removal of Ripoffreport From Page 1 of Google:

See Also: “Remove Content from Google Search Results Instructions

DRAFT

Internet defamation is a growing problem all over the world. If you are an Aussie, then Australia does have laws in place that can help clean up one’s reputation online more easily than U.S citizens for example. In this guide we will look at various methods that have been known to work. They may not work in all situations, but it is always worth a try. BUT, please do not act, or refrain from acting on any tips given in this post without first consulting a suitably qualified professional.
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