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Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Can webstie operator be taken liable for defamation - defamation solicitor legal advice

Defamation solicitor legal advice
Our defamation solicitor says that if you already have sufficient information to take the poster of the defamation to court (for the poster of the defamation you will need the their full name and postal address) then the operator of the defamatory website might escape liability altogether even if they don't remove the offending posts. Unless they act with malice. Our defamation lawyers actively search for evidence of unlawful corroboration between review website operators and certain reviewers. If we find evidence that operators of review websites act dishonestly or negligently or with malice,  our defamation lawyers will pursue both the operators and the posters of the defamation to your benefit.

2 comments:

  1. You have shared very precious information.
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  2. That's quite true. We all used to observe this issue on most the website due to fake information that are already present on websites. There should be a law to counter it.
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