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UK online defamation lawyer explains the starting point for issues regarding jurisdiction in online defamation cases. The author is a specialist in online defamation cases including obtaining effective injunctions, litigating for damages and pre-action disclosure applications across all social media platforms. He can be contacted on 0207 305 7491 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In February 2015, we were instructed by the owner and manager of a reputable rental and property management business which started trading in February 2001 in Jalon, Alicante, Spain regarding a case of online defamation/harassment. The D had set up a website with a disparaging name similar to our client’s.
The following is a recommended bloggers defamation code of ethics by Daniel J. Solove, Associate professor, George Washington University Law School
1. People should delete offensive comments quickly if asked.
2. People should ask permission before speaking about others private lives.
3. Someone who speaks about another’s private life without her consent should take steps to conceal her identity.
4. People should avoid posting pictures of other people without getting their consent.
5. People should avoid Internet shaming.
Super injunctions are not the battleground for free speech as they have been portrayed as being in the mass media. None of the recent cases have been about the media flouting the rules on what is in the public interest to publish.
In actual fact the issues were about information which the courts have ordered to be protected ending up on Wikipedia or Twitter. Recent press coverage does not relate to super-injunctions but anonymised injunctions.
Peter Adediran of PAIL® Solicitors has specialised in online defamation for two decades and has a deep wealth of experience in achieving successful results. For an initial consultation call 020 7305-7491 or email email@example.com.
The defamation bill of Lord Lester of Herne Hill, QC (“the Bill”) was published on the 27 May 2010. The press release to the bill states that the bill “seeks to reduce the chilling effect on freedom of expression and recourse to self censorship that results from the vagueness and uncertainty of the present law. It also aims to encourage the free exchange of ideas and information, whilst providing an effective and proportionate remedy to anyone whose reputation is unfairly damaged”.
Internet reputation management
Internet reputation management has arisen out of growing incidents of on-line defamation and harassment.
“Envy is one of the most potent causes of unhappiness” Bertrand Russell