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Gibson to Lead Upcoming Clear Law Institute Webinars

Whitney Gibson will be leading two June webinars through the Clear Law Institute. First, on Tuesday, June 2 from 1:00 to 2:15 p.m. ET, Gibson will lead “Protecting Against, Preventing, and Planning for Online Reputation Attacks.” Then, on Wednesday, June 24 from 3:00 to 4:15 p.m. ET, Gibson will lead...

New ‘.sucks’ Domain Name Gives Rise to Extortion Claims, Future Online Reputation Attacks

A new way for disgruntled parties to gripe about businesses is on the horizon: the “.sucks” generic top-level domain, or gTLD. This new domain, intended to “help consumers find their voices and allow companies to find the value in criticism” – at least according to the website of owner Vox...

How to Remove a Defamatory Instagram Post

Although visual in nature, people are not immune from defamation on the popular photo-sharing app Instagram.  In fact, in 2014 – merits of the respective claims aside – rappers 50 Cent and The Game were each sued in unrelated matters for allegedly tarnishing others’ reputations through Instagram posts.  Instagram – the...

How to Remove False and Defamatory Pissed Consumer Reviews

Pissed Consumer – branded as a “premier consumer advocacy group” – is home to countless online reviews and complaints about businesses across dozens of industries.  For many small- and medium-sized businesses, false and defamatory reviews on Pissed Consumer can be quite harmful. Fortunately for these businesses and business owners, Pissed Consumer...